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This PuTTY CAC 0.72 release is based on the upstream PuTTY 0.72 code. This release was compiled with Microsoft Visual Studio 2019.
Common Access Card (CAC) The CAC, a 'smart' card about the size of a credit card, is the standard identification for active duty uniformed Service personnel, Selected Reserve, DoD civilian employees, and eligible contractor personnel. The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority. This problem might indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data sent to the server. We recommend that you close the webpage. Here is a Common problems and solutions page for specific error codes. When SecureAuth prompts for a CAC or PIV certificate your webserver is actually matching the client side SSL certificates with the certificates that are installed on your SecureAuth appliance. In order to check these client side certificates we need to install the root and intermediate certificates. Non-Solution for Mac Users: I have found no way for you to activate your PIV using a Mac. The recommended method is to find a Windows 7, Vista, or XP computer and follow Solution 1 or 2 above. The recommended method is to find a Windows 7, Vista, or XP computer and follow Solution 1 or 2 above.
The changelog for PuTTY 0.72 can be found here.
- Modified private key file command line parameter to accept a certificate fingerprint in the form of CAPI:* which will prompt the user to specify a certificate. Similarly, CAPI:** will autoselect the certificate if only one certificate is eligible, but otherwise prompt.
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Military Cac For Mac No Client Certificate Presented By
I'm running High Sierra with Safari. I've downloaded the DoD certs from MilitaryCAC.com, double checked the trust settings and removed all duplicates of root certs, tried clearing the token cache, and have upgraded the drivers of both my CAC readers (an SCR-3500-A and an HID OMNIKEY 3121).
When I try to log into the AF Portal, I get 'No Client Certificate presented #555.240230d6.1530560429.2328c0'
Ako Problem No Client Certificate PresentedWhen I try DFAS MyPay, I get 'myPay SmartCard error: 403.7. The page requires a client certificate. The page you are attempting to access requires your browser to have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) client certificate that the Web server will recognize. The client certificate is used for identifying you as a valid user of the resource.'
When I try webmail, I get 'This application requires a valid client EMAIL certificate. Please check your client certificate settings and try again.'