Category: Input device
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 4000 bytes
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP professional and 2003 server
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.02.02.0054 / 2007
The Covadis Atria smart card reader is a small device that is attached to a PC to en hanc security. The smart card reader is used is used to access control into specifc places thus ensuring high security levels. It is alsi used to confirm the physical presence of people who are allowed to access particular places. In some places, the smart card reader is used to confirm whether the person seeking entry is a genuine entrant or not. The cards establish strong and safe communication with servers, which authenticate the person using the card by establishing who they are, what they have and to some extent, what they know. The device can be connected to the web to offer users enhanced coverage. The performance of the Covadis Atria Smart Card Reader is enhanced by the embedded bio-metrics, which offer high and strong e-authentication.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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The Covadis Atria Smart Card Reader uses the ASN.1 communictaion protocol. In addition, the device can also be used on the SC and PC protocols, although these platforms are not recommendable. It is compliant with the BMV and BO smart card protocols. 1-1matching capabilities, enhances the use of the device, which matches the identity of the holder of the card and the smart card. This is made possible by the card’s biometry (fingerprint) capacity in combination with the smart card reader technology. The biometry is fitted with a high-quality fingerprint scanner. As such, it is ideal for use in each of the fast encryption of personal information within the different terminals. To shield the system from data loss, the devices has a backup and restore mechanisms. The card reader is used as a influential cryptography terminal. It is connected to the PC through a USB, and can be used as security to lock and unlock the PC. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Covadis Atria Smart Card Reader errors before installing any driver updates.