Integrated Smart Card Reader

Category: Monitor and Video Cards
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 487 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.0.0.8 / 06 Apr 2007

Windows device driver information for Integrated Smart Card Reader

The Integrated Smart Card Readers are pocket-sized cards having integrated circuits that are embedded and can also process data. This means that they are able to accept processed input data through the applications of ICC then delivered in the form of output. The two categories of the Integrated Smart Card Readers include microprocessor cards, which have microprocessor components and volatile memories. They are manufactured using plastic, which is usually PVC or at times ABS. They may also embed holograms to evade counterfeiting. The other types, memory cards, have specifically non-volatile memories and storage sections. At times, they might have precise security logic. The usage of smartcards is a way of tough security authentication meant for single sign-on inside large organizations and companies. They can also be used in identifying, authenticating, and storing data. Business contracts are therefore secure and flexible.

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Integrated Smart Card Readers features include measurements that are regularly the sizes of credit cards. The ID-1 of the ISO/IEC 7810 standard describes them in dimensions as 85.60 √ó 53.98 mm. The other common dimension is ID-000 that is 25 √ó 15 mm, which is commonly used in the SIM cards. All of them are normally 0.76 mm thick. The Integrated Smart Card Readers have security systems having interfere-resistant characteristics, like for instance secure file systems, secure cryptoprocessors and human-readable components. The readers have capabilities of supplying security services like information secrecy in their memories. Assets controlled by central systems for administration exchange data and configuration settings using the cards via security systems. The latter encompass updates for application data and card hotlisting. The information under the card is moved to central administration systems via devices that read smart cards. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Integrated Smart Card Reader errors before installing any driver updates.