USB token Gemalto SafeNet eToken 5110 FIPSCode: USB010
over 300 EUR
Product detailed description
Gemalto SafeNet eToken 5110 FIPS USB token for professional use in all applications where operational reliability, mechanical resistance and system support are required. It supports key generation and signing using RSA with a length of up to 2048 bit,elliptic curves: P-256, P-384, ECDH.
The token meets the requirements of the eIDAS Qualified Device Regulation (QSCD) for creating a qualified electronic signature or qualified electronic seal. It is the successor of the most widespread token in the Europe, the SafeNet iKey 4000 model, with a total memory of 80kB, with support for many encryption algorithms, including ECC, performed directly in hardware. It is primarily intended for the purposes of PKI (working with certificates) when creating a qualified signature, generating and storing keys, passwords and digital certificates. The advantage is the support of a wide range of operating systems (Windows, Mac OS, Linux), very easy to use and at the same time no reader is needed, only a standard USB port.
|Supported operating systems:||Windows 7, 8, 10, Win Server 2008/R2, 2012, 2012/R2 (32 a 64 bit), Mac OS, Linux|
|Middleware:||SafeNet Authentication Client (SAC)|
|Standards:||PKCS#11, Microsoft CAPI, PC/SC, X.509 v3 certificate storage, SSL v3, IPSec/IKE, MS minidriver, CNG|
|Security certifications:||FIPS 140-2 level 3|
|Encryption algorithms:||RSA: 2048-bit, Elliptic curves: P-256, P-384, ECDH|
|Hash functions:||Hash: SHA-256|
|Memory size:||400 kB, 73 kB free for keys and certificates, 20 containers for encryption keys (RSA, elliptic curves)|
|Data storage in memory:||10+ years|
|Memory overwriting:||at least 500 000 cycles|
|Operating conditions:||temperature 0°C - 70°C, humidity 0% - 100% (without condensation)|
|Water resistance:||certification IP X7 – IEC 60529|
|Interface:||USB type A; USB 1.1 a 2.0 (full speed and high speed)|
|Size:||16,4 x 8,5 x 40,2 mm|
Gemalto was an international digital security company providing software applications, secure personal devices such as smart cards and tokens, and managed services. Formed in June 2006 by the merger of two companies, Axalto and Gemplus International. Gemalto was purchased by Thales Group in April 2019 and now operating as Thales DIS (Digital Identity and Security).