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PKCS15-TOOL(1)				   OpenSC Tools 			   PKCS15-TOOL(1)

NAME
       pkcs15-tool - utility for manipulating PKCS #15 data structures on smart cards and similar
       security tokens

SYNOPSIS
       pkcs15-tool [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       The pkcs15-tool utility is used to manipulate the PKCS #15 data structures on smart cards
       and similar security tokens. Users can list and read PINs, keys and certificates stored on
       the token. User PIN authentication is performed for those operations that require it.

OPTIONS
       --aid aid
	   Specify in a hexadecimal form the AID of the on-card PKCS#15 application to bind to.

       --auth-id pin, -a pin
	   Specifies the auth id of the PIN to use for the operation. This is useful with the
	   --change-pin operation.

       --change-pin
	   Changes a PIN or PUK stored on the token. User authentication is required for this
	   operation.

       --dump, -D
	   Dump card objects.

       --learn-card, -L
	   Cache PKCS #15 token data to the local filesystem. Subsequent operations are performed
	   on the cached data where possible. If the cache becomes out-of-sync with the token
	   state (eg. new key is generated and stored on the token), the cache should be updated
	   or operations may show stale results.

       --list-applications
	   List the on-card PKCS#15 applications

       --list-certificates, -c
	   Lists all certificates stored on the token.

       --list-data-objects, -C
	   Lists all data objects stored on the token. For some cards the PKCS#15 attributes of
	   the private data objects are protected for reading and need the authentication with
	   the User PIN. In such a case the --verify-pin option has to be used.

       --list-keys, -k
	   Lists all private keys stored on the token. General information about each private key
	   is listed (eg. key name, id and algorithm). Actual private key values are not
	   displayed. For some cards the PKCS#15 attributes of the private keys are protected for
	   reading and need the authentication with the User PIN. In such a case the --verify-pin
	   option has to be used.

       --list-pins
	   Lists all PINs stored on the token. General information about each PIN is listed (eg.
	   PIN name). Actual PIN values are not shown.

       --list-public-keys
	   Lists all public keys stored on the token, including key name, id, algorithm and
	   length information.

       --no-cache
	   Disables token data caching.

       --output filename, -o filename
	   Specifies where key output should be written. If filename already exists, it will be
	   overwritten. If this option is not given, keys will be printed to standard output.

       --read-certificate cert, -r cert
	   Reads the certificate with the given id.

       --read-data-object cert, -R data
	   Reads data object with OID, applicationName or label.

       --read-public-key id
	   Reads the public key with id id, allowing the user to extract and store or use the
	   public key.

       --read-ssh-key id
	   Reads the public key with id id, writing the output in format suitable for
	   $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys.

       --reader num
	   Forces pkcs15-tool to use reader number num for operations. The default is to use
	   reader number 0, the first reader in the system.

       --unblock-pin, -u
	   Unblocks a PIN stored on the token. Knowledge of the Pin Unblock Key (PUK) is required
	   for this operation.

       --verbose, -v
	   Causes pkcs15-tool to be more verbose. Specify this flag several times to enable debug
	   output in the OpenSC library.

       --verify-pin
	   Verify PIN after card binding and before issuing any command (without 'auth-id' the
	   first non-SO, non-Unblock PIN will be verified)

SEE ALSO
       pkcs15-init(1), pkcs15-crypt(1)

opensc					    06/17/2014				   PKCS15-TOOL(1)
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