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How to use a Yubikey NEO (or any OpenPGP card or GnuPG in general) to sign X.509 CSRs?
Since the Yubikey NEO can be used as an OpenPGP card (see here) with three 2048 bit RSA keys, I thought about creating a CA from one of its public keys. Since the private key cannot be extracted ...
Feb 18 '13 at 17:05
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