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Posted By admin On 31/01/22

Manually Installing SCT Drivers on Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 Step 1) Download this file: Step 2) It is a zip file, so it is compressed. When you open it, you will see a folder inside.

The cyberJack® one is the new all-rounder for secure online banking. It carries on the success story of its cyberJack® predecessors and unites innovative functions in one reader.

The new reader accommodates everything in one elegant device either as a smart card reader for HCBI/FinTS, EBICS or as a TAN generator with Bluetooth and USB function. It can therefore be used as a stationary device on the PC or as a mobile device on the smart phone or tablet.

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  3. Remove support of Reiner-SCT cyberJack pinpad(a) on request of Reiner-SCT. You should user the Reiner-SCT driver instead; define CFBundleName to CCIDCLASSDRIVER so that non class drivers have a higher priority. Used by pcsc-lite 1.5.5 and up. Add a -disable-class configure option so that the Info.plist does not define a Class driver.
  4. Mar 23, 2017 Operating System Driver Provider Driver Version; Download Driver: Windows 2000 (32 bit) REINER SCT: (3/23/2017) Download Driver: Windows XP (32 bit).

Thanks to the SECODER function, it achieves the highest security level of the German Banking Industry for online banking.

Of course, in addition to online banking, it can also do, for example, Single-Sign-On with smart card, encryption, the advanced electronic signature and much more.

Category and functions:

  • Smart card reader and TAN generator for contact chip cards
  • Security class 3
  • SECODER function
  • HHD 1.4 / chipTAN function

Keypad and displays:

  • Large, high quality rubber keys with metal click switch for optimum pressure point
  • 10 numeric / 6 function
  • Secure PIN input on integrated keypad
  • Display: 4 lines / 20 characters, LCD
  • Visible display site: 49 x 19 mm


  • Contacting interface: ISO/IEC 7816-3 class B
  • USB 2.0 type B (CCID)
  • Bluetooth 4.x LE (Low Energy)
  • PC interfaces: Driverless installation via CCID (without cyberJack device manager function) or with driver installation and cyberJack device manager (PC/SC)

System requirements:

  • Android, iOS, Windows, macOS and Linux
  • Details:

Hardware properties:

  • Power supply: USB 2.0 type B / 5 V
  • Batteries: 2x CR 2032 changeable without tools
  • USB lead length: approx. 0.4 m + approx. 1.5 m extension
  • Housing colours: white / yellow, other colours on request
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) 114 x 68 x 12 mm
  • Weight of single device: with packing 345 g / without 64 g
  • Conformity: WEEE-Reg.-No. DE89738751

Scope of supply:

  • cyberJack® one withbatteries 2x CR 2032
  • Quick Guide
  • USB cable
  • USB extension
  • Stand white

You will find the download device driver for your cyberJack® one here:

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Further information

cyberJack®Base Components Software license agreement

Service: Online support

Download device driver:

Gewährleistung: 2 years

The new eID functionality of the German identity card enables you to identify yourself with your real name towards government or commercial web services. It makes sure that it is really you who uses the web service, and not someone else who stole your online identity by email spoofing, SIM swapping, IMSI catcher, etc. .

In the following example, we will be using the eID to sign our PGP key. The new signature will uniquely identify the owner of the German identity card as the owner of the PGP key, which can then be used to e.g. sign and encrypt emails. That way PGP no longer relies on a web of trust, but works similar to the PKI concept of S/MIME certificates, in that the real identity of the owner of a certificate will be checked and then signed by a common public authority (CA) that everyone trusts.


  • A German identity card with eID functionality.
  • A supported RFID card reader, e.g. from REINER SCT.
  • Operating system drivers for your card reader. In Ubuntu 20.04 drivers for all REINER SCT card readers (also called 'cyberJack') are included in the package libifd-cyberjack6. You can download Ubuntu drivers from their website too, but they didn't work for me.
  • On Linux, the pcscd daemon that enables access to smart card readers.
  • An application called AusweisApp2 that handles authentication (PIN entry) and authorization (who wants to access what kind of information on your eID). In Ubuntu 20.04 AusweisApp2 is already included in the standard repositories (version 1.20.0). The app is also included as a snap install (newer version 1.20.2), but that didn't work for me (for the error message see below).

First steps

  • Make sure you have the letter with the initial PIN for your eID at hand.
  • IMPORTANT: Make sure your RFID card reader is updated to the latest firmware release. With most card readers, the firmware can only be updated while you install the card reader on a Windows system.
  • IMPORTANT: Remove usbguard. Even after I permanently added the card reader to the list of allowed devices, pcscd could not find my card reader, or AusweisApp2 did not properly recognize my card reader and complained about missing drivers.
  • Install all necessary software packages and drivers for Ubuntu 20.04:
    pcscd pcsc-tools libifd-cyberjack6 libusb-1.0-0 libusb-1.0-0 libccid libpcsclite1 libpcsc-perl libpcsclite-dev

Test your card reader

Start the pcscd daemon in debug mode:

Plug in your card reader.

IMPORTANT: If you use a USB card reader, plug it directly into your PC or laptop. Do not use a USB hub, as the hub may not provide enough power for the USB device. Also make sure to use the USB cable that came with the card reader. Longer cables may result in unstable connections.

In the output of the pcscd daemon (after a couple of seconds, wait for it!), you will see something like this:

Notice that the pcscd daemon uses the driver from the package libifd-cyberjack we installed earlier. You can also check the output from the pcscd client tool:

As you can see, pcscd properly detected the card reader. Now insert your identity card into the card reader while pcsc_scan is running. The output of pcsc_scan will show something like this:

Install and start the application AusweisApp2

Install the application AusweisApp2 from the general Ubuntu repository. Do not install the snap app! In my case, the snap version of AusweisApp2 did not work properly. I got the following error message in my system logs:

After you start the application, go to Start -> Settings -> USB card reader to check if the app can communicate with your card reader.

If you haven't done so before, the app will ask you to change the initial PIN that you received by mail. You have to set your own PIN before you use any online service.

Test the authentication process

Go to Start -> Self-Authentication -> See my personal data. Here you can check the data that is stored on your eID, and also make sure that the authentication process is working properly.

Click on 'Proceed to PIN entry'. On your card reader, you will need to confirm the service provider who wants to access your card, and also which information is requested from your card. Of course you also need to enter your new PIN.

Sign your PGP certificate

Go to Start -> Provider -> Other services -> Schlüsselbeglaubigung. The key signing service is provided by Governikus, the company that develops AusweisApp2.

Click on 'To online application'. This will start your default web browser and open the URL . Of course you can also enter the URL directly in your web browser. Just make sure that AusweisApp2 is running in the background.

On the website you may upload your PGP public certificate. After successful authentication by eID, you will receive an email with your certificate signed by Governikus. The signature certifies that the PGP key really belongs to you and not someone else who is impersonating you by using your email address (email spoofing) or smartphone number (SIM card swapping, IMSI catcher).


The whole eID authentication process on a website can be described as follows:

  1. Start the pcscd daemon, either by 'sudo systemctl start pcscd', or if this doesn't work by 'sudo pcscd -f'.
  2. Plug in your card reader. You should see a confirmation in the daemon output (or by typing 'systemctl status pcscd' if you started pcscd with systemctl):
    'CYBERJACK: Started'
  3. Start the application AusweisApp2.
  4. Go to the website that requests eID authentication ('elektronischer Personalausweis'), and click on 'Login'.
  5. Your webbrowser automatically transfers control to AusweisApp2. There you should see who is requesting what kind of information from your eID.
  6. Insert the identity card into your card reader.
  7. In AusweisApp2, click on 'Proceed to PIN entry'.
  8. Control is transferred to your card reader. There you need to:
    1. Confirm the service provider.
    2. Confirm the data he wants to have access to.
    3. Enter your PIN.
  9. On the display of your card reader, you should see something like 'Tunnel established'. AusweisApp2 shows something like 'Authentication successful'. The website should automatically proceed to its regular contents, just as if you would have entered username and password.
  10. That's it. You can remove your identity card from the card reader.


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  • If you see the following error message in the output of pcsc_scan, it means that pcsc_scan cannot communicate with the daemon pcscd. Make sure that the daemon is running.

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  • If AusweisApp2 does not recognize your card reader, or complains about missing drivers, try to start pcscd from the command line ('sudo pcscd -f'), and not as a background service ('sudo systemctl start pcscd'). Also make sure that you removed usbguard and did a reboot afterwards.

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  • If the authentication process is not working, try to update the firmware of your smart card reader to the latest version. This might only work under Windows 10 during Windows driver installation for the new smart card reader device.