Not quite ready yet Does not work sufficiently well with most of the web pages I have to CAC into for this device to be useful. Not compatible with Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which is required on many webpages. Does not work with ACI2, AKO (full portal), iPERMS, DoD Webmail, Defense Travel System (JRE required). Does seem to work properly with SMS. Not mentioning the exact URL's here, but if you are familiar with the above web apps, you will know which sites I am talking about.
The worst app and customer service. I bought the Bluetooth card reader and couldn't use it at all. Downloaded the baiBrowser and the Cert finder app from them, they both didn't work.
Doesn't work Doesn't work with any DOD websites. Luckily got it to log into AKO. Needs software update
Doesn't work Won't resolve the host to verify my serial so can't use it.
Requires $150 hardware and yearly fee Requires $150 hardware and yearly fee. Funny that Windows and Linux smartcard login is part of operating system for free.
CAC/PIV/Derived Credential enabled browser with S/MIME email and calendaring
Tearline maximizes collaboration around NGA intranet content.
U.S. Navy Reserve's R2S application provides CAC authenticated access to R2S
It's now easy to download and install trusted certs for CAC, PIV, or soft certs
Read Thai national ID card with photo.