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The application verifies the signature of the identity information, checks whether it was signed by a government-issued key, and optionally checks the certificate against the government's Certificate Revocation List (CRL) and/or by using the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) against the government's servers.
Please read the README.Debian file in the libbeidlibopensc2 package for information on setting up your system so that it can read from smartcards.
belpic (2.6.0-5) unstable; urgency=low * Since 2.6.0-4, there is no more support for OpenCT-based cardreaders in this Debian package. The support for OpenCT-using cardreaders was a Debian-only patch, anyway, which seemed to be causing problems more than it solved. If you were using an OpenCT-only cardreader before, you will no longer be able to use it with these packages. Sorry more»
belpic (2.6.0-6) unstable; urgency=high * Remove libopenct1-dev builddep, and single leftover linkage to libopenct. This code was not actually active anymore since 2.6.0-4, but there were some leftovers. * Copy reader-pcsc.c over from a more recent version of opensc; interfaces have changed since this code was written, and otherwise it wouldn't compile anymore. * Include fix more»
This package was debianized by Wouter Verhelst <firstname.lastname@example.org> in early 2005. It was downloaded from http://www.belgium.be/zip/eid_datacapture_nl.html Upstream authors: Zetes Belgium N.V.; contact: Stef Hoeben <Hoeben.S@zetes.com> The copyright of this software was assigned to FedIct, the ICT services of the Belgian Federal government. A verbatim copy of the license.txt file, which is part more»