UniToken CCID (Legacy - see UniMate USB)


UniToken CCID is a FIPS 140-2 algorithm certified smart card USB authentication token, and utilizes smart card technology for strong authentication. Smart card technology allows for highly robust authentication and verification solutions.

Organizational Use

Enhanced Business - With secure access in place, organizations can enable business through network connectivity and online services anytime, anywhere, with confidence.

Security - UniToken CCID provides robust protection of sensitive business data from unauthorized access.

Cost Effective - UniToken CCID reduces password administration costs and losses from data breaches, and provides multiple flexible solutions in one platform.

Personal Use

Identity Protection - UniToken CCID provides individuals with a secure digital identity protected from theft and abuse.

Portability and Convenience - UniToken CCID enables users to access their credentials securely wherever they go, whenever they want.


Two-Factor Authentication

UniToken CCID is a two-factor USB authentication device implementing a challenge and response system. Authentication requires the correct password as well as the UniToken CCID device to complete the authentication process, considerably increasing the difficulty to falsify a user’s identity.


Multifaceted Secure Authentication

Use for secure web authentication in ASP, PHP, and HTML, as well as network and local login.


Smart Card Based

Utilizes 32-bit smart card technology enabling smart card based authentication, with the ability for fast generation of RSA key pairs.


On-Board Encryption

Encryption and decryption processes take place on-board the UniToken CCID device, minimizing the risk of performing the process locally on the host computer.


Non-Repudiation Digital Signing

Offers non-repudiation digital signing and storing of transactions and documents through PKI technology, ensuring the authenticity of electronic transactions.


Multiple Algorithms Employed

Makes use of several industry-approved encryption algorithms including AES, DES, 3DES and hashing algorithms MD5 and SHA-1.


Secure File System

Secure file system for storing digital credentials and files using a three-level permission system.


Self-Lock Capability

Ability to automatically self-lock the device after a set limit of maximum log in attempts have been reached.



UniToken CCID is driverless; There is no need to install any drivers.


Unique Global Hardware and Modifiable Software ID

Employs both a unique global hardware ID and user-defined 32-bit software ID for identification of UniToken CCID devices


Three Level Permission System

Implements a three-level permission system: Administrator, User, and Guest; in order of most to least privileges, determining the functions that can be performed with the token.


Encrypted Credentials

Credentials are encrypted and stored on the device and cannot be exported.


Cryptography Standards Compliant

Supports MS-CAPI, PKCS#11, X.509 Certificate and smart card minidriver standards.


API Support

Extensive array of APIs available for integration with authentication applications and processes without the need to modify any existing code.


Multiple Platform Compatibility

Support across numerous platforms, including Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista and 7, as well as Linux, both 32- and 64-bit.


Environmentally Conscious Design

Fewer integrated components providing optimization and reduced energy consumption.


OEM Customization

Device exhibits a robust build and can be customized upon a customer’s request, including distinguishing features such as logos and the device's general appearance.