In NSL v6 and later there is an option to encrypt data with a symmetric key that is stored on the smart card. Is this key backed up in case the smart card is lost, stolen, or damaged?
If other measures are not taken and you only use a key stored on the smart card for encryption and the smart card is lost (or damaged), you will no longer be able to decrypt your SSO credentials or use SecureLogin.
SecureLogin encrypts SSO data to protect a userâs credentials from unauthorized use. Depending on the version of ASL you are running, there are a number of options available. In version 6 and later of SecureLogin, credentials can be encrypted using a randomly generated key stored on the smart card (or PKI, or a passphrase etc.).