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Security Keys

PIV cards and Security Keys

Supports a wide range of Security Keys, such as the YubiKey 4 and 5 Series over USB. YubiKey 5 NFC and YubiKey NEO are also supported over NFC.

Certificate Handling

Automatic retrieval and usage of certificates stored on the security hardware.
PIV Certificate Chain

Integrates with Modern Android Libraries

Out-of-the-box integration with OkHttp 3.

Make Your App work with PIV

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity implements SecurityKeyDialogCallback<PivSecurityKey> {

    private void showSecurityKeyDialog() {
        SecurityKeyDialogOptions options = SecurityKeyDialogOptions.builder()
                //.setPinLength(4) // smartcards with a fixed PIN and PUK length improve the UX

        SecurityKeyDialogFragment<PivSecurityKey> securityKeyDialogFragment =

    public void onSecurityKeyDialogDiscovered(SecurityKeyDialogInterface dialogInterface,
                                              PivSecurityKey securityKey, PinProvider pinProvider) throws IOException {
        SecurityKeyTlsClientCertificateAuthenticator clientCertificateAuthenticator =
        SSLContext sslContext = clientCertificateAuthenticator.buildInitializedSslContext();

        // connection with OkHttp
        OkHttpClient httpClient = new OkHttpClient.Builder()
        Request request = new Request.Builder()
        Response response = httpClient.newCall(request).execute();
Complete Guide Full List of Supported Hardware

Developer Documentation

Learn about the features of the Hardware Security SDK in detail. The guides, API reference, and example projects will help you get up and running in no time.

Technical Support

If you ever need help, you get direct access to the developers and cryptographers who built the product. Whether you have questions getting started or you want to know how to best integrate SDK features into your app, we’re here to help you find a solution.