USB token Gemalto SafeNet eToken 5110+

Code: USB5110
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gemalto safenet etoken 5110cc
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Basic model of USB token 5110 in version 5110+, which is used to store keys from PKI certificates. It is a direct replacement for the very popular iKey 4000, which served as an SSCD device. It is suitable for use in a PKI infrastructure, where it is not necessary to sign documents qualifiedly, but a commercial certificate is sufficient. This model meets all safety requirements and boasts IP67 protection. The 5110 series model can be supplied in two other variants - 5110 FIPS and 5110CC (940).

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The price includes SafeNet Authentication Client (SAC) in the latest versions for Windows, MacOS and Linux.

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Specification

Warranty: 1 year
Supported operating systems: Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Middleware: SafeNet Authentication Client (SAC)
Standards: BaseCSP minidriver (SafeNet minidriver), Global Platform 2.2.1, Java Card 3.04, ISO 7816
Security certifications: CC EAL6+ SC Chip certified
Encryption algorithms: RSA: up to RSA 2048 bits, Elliptic curves: P-256, P-384, ECDH
Hash functions: Hash: SHA1, SHA256
Memory size: 80 kB
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
Weight: 5g

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Category: USB tokens
Warranty: 1 year

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).