USB Smart Key bit4id TokenME

tokenme 8USB TokenME is a plug and play FIPS LEVEL 3 token.

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tokenME is an extremely portable device able to issue qualified digital signature and/or implement two factors strong authentication. It is able to generate and safely store the private key/certificates by keeping such sensible data within a secure smart card chip.

The certificates-based technology is, by computer literature, the safest tool against frauds and unauthorized accesses: TokenME has been developed to meet the highest security and usability standards adhering to Common Criteria or FIPS standards.

  • Two factors strong authentication 
  • Digital signature of electronic documents or transactions
  • Easy integration in all PKI environments 
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux


  • Features CCID standard compliant 
  • Short Circuit Protection 
  • Status LED
  • Standards: USB 2.0, CCID, PC/SC, CT-API, PPS, CEI/EN 62368 (ex. CEI/EN 60950)
  • Cryptographic algorithms: SHA, AES, DES/3DES, RSA a 2048 bits (depending on the card used) 
  • Certifications/Compliance: CE, FCC, VCCI, RoHS, REACH, EMV Level1, Microsoft ® WHQL 



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