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Python and PKCS11 [message #1779474] Mon, 08 January 2018 12:48
Pedro FUENTES is currently offline Pedro FUENTESFriend
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Hi there,
first message in the forum, so I apologize if this was already discussed... I searched for it and apparently not.

We're doing a proof of concept using Python and Raspberry.

We want to use a hardware secure element to protect the authentication keys. In particular we'd be using a USB crypto token that provides a PKCS11 library. We have some experience using this with openSSL, but we can't figure out if there's any way to use hardware keys in PAHO. In the tls_set function I only see the possibility to point to a PEM file.

Any hint would be welcome.

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