Public key infrastructure (PKI) is a technology built on electronic certificates. Certification Authority
(CA) and other supporting software are required in order to create electronic certificates. CA creates certificates for other CA’s, users, servers and devices.
ESYA certification authority is the basic product of National Public Key Infrastructure (MA3) project. ESYA Certification Authority supports industrial electronic certificates standards (X.509, CVC etc.) and provides certificate service providers (CSP’s) with all services required throughout the life cycle of electronic certificates (creation, renewal, revocation, etc.) via a user-friendly interface.
PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
- X.509 v3 Certificates, X.509 v2 Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL)
- Online Certificate Status Protocol (CISDUP/OCSP)
- Key Recovery and Update
- Qualified Electronic Certificate
- SSL (Host and Client), VPN
- Windows Smart Card Logon Certificate, Windows Domain Controller Certificate
- RSA algorithm (1024, 2048, 4096 bit key lengths)
- ECDSA algorithm (163, 192, 256, 368, 431, 512 bit key lengths)
- SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 hash algorithms
CRYPTOGRAPHIC HARDWARE SUPPORT
- PKCS11 compliant smart cards and tokens
- HSM (Hardware Security Module) support