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About this app

KAZTOKEN mobile application allows you to use your KAZTOKEN device (USB token or smart-card) in conjunction wit your mobile device.

How to use:
- Install the app
- Launch it
- Start it
- Install internal TLS certificate (using the link or by clicking on notification) to trusted list - required for the browser to be able to access Websocket service
- Open your browser and use services integrated with KNCA (such as https://egov.kz)

We can not guarantee that your mobile device has the necessary capabilities to interact with USB devices. Usually OTG or Type-C support is sufficient.

The following KAZTOKEN devices are supported:
- classic USB KAZTOKEN device;
- KAZTOKEN micro;
- KAZTOKEN smart-card;
- KAZTOKEN smart-card NFC;
- KAZTOKEN type-C.

To connect KAZTOKEN USB device to your mobile device you can use OTG or Type-C adapter.

To use KAZTOKEN smart-card with your mobile device you can use one of the following methods:
- smart-card reader with micro USB or Type-C connector;
- smart-card reader with classic USB connector in conjunction with OTG or Type-C adapter;
- Bluetooth smart-card reader ACS ACR3901.

KAZTOKEN smart-card NFC can communicate with NFC enabled devices directly.

Does trusting TLS certificate weakens security of mobile device?
We did our best to minimize risks:
- certificates are generated on each device during the first launch of the service, we do not use pregenerated certificates;
- we generate two certificates: CA and service;
- we do not store CA private key, it's used only once to issue service certificate;
- we recommend to trust the CA certificate.
Updated on
Jul 28, 2021

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What's new

- Android 11+ support