UniMate USB Utilities Manual
- 1 UniMate Utilities Manual
- 2 Console
- 2.1 Installation
- 2.2 Initialize a UniMate
- 2.3 Manage PINs
- 2.4 Manage certificates
- 2.5 Manage keys or key pairs
- 2.6 Manage asymmetric key pairs
- 3 Monitor tool
- 4 Partition Tool (only for UniMate drive)
- 5 Write ISO Tool
- 6 Change Language Mode Tool (For UniMate Flex)
UniMate Utilities Manual
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UniMate Console is used to manage devices, initialize a UniMate as well as manage certificates and keys.
Console setup.exe can be found in the Utilities folder of the UniMate SDK.
Console setup.exe and click "Next".
Choose where to install the program to, and click "Install".
At last, click "Finish" to close the setup wizard.
Initialize a UniMate
This operation will clean up all the certificates and keys on the PKI file system. Please proceed with caution. Click "PKI Format" on the menu bar. Input a device name when a new name is required and click "Format".
Please verify administrator rights for this operation, and if correct a prompt indicating completion should pop-up.
PINs should be between 8 and 24 characters long, if a user PIN is locked, you can reset it using an administrator account. Click "PIN Management" on the menu bar. To change a PIN; enter the old PIN, create a new PIN and then re-enter it to confirm, and finally click "Apply". The default admin pin is 00000000, default user pin is 11111111.
To reset a user PIN; enter the admin PIN, enter the new user PIN and then re-type the user PIN to confirm, followed by clicking "Apply".
Certificates Container displays any existing certificates saved in the attached UniMate. Each UniMate can carry a maximum of 8 certificates or asymmetric key pairs.
Click "Certificate Management" on the left menu bar, then click on the "+" button.
If you do not have the correct permissions; log in using a user PIN, then select a certificate file (.pfx or .p12 formats), input the password, and click Import.
Now that certificate has been imported, hover the mouse over it, and the certificates details will be listed as below.
To view a certificate, click on a certificate to select it, followed by View to see the certificates details.
To export a certificate, click on a certificate to select it, followed by clicking "Export".
Select the file path you want to save the certificate in and click "Export".
A success prompt will pop up if the certificate exported correctly.
Signing with certificates
To sign with a private key or verify the public key of a certificate. Click on a certificate to select it, and then click "Sign".
To sign with a private key. Choose "Sign" for the Action and select the mode (hashing function). Input the data to be signed in hexadecimal format. For example, you could enter 0d0a, which consists of four hexadecimal digits (two bytes) and represents 0x0d0a. At last, click "Sign"; the signed data will be displayed on the right side.
To verify with a public key, choose "Verify" for the action and select the mode. Input the data to be signed as well as the signed data and then click "Verify".
A success prompt will appear if the signed and unsigned data matches.
Click to select a certificate, and then click "Delete".
Select "Yes" to delete the selected certificate.
Manage keys or key pairs
Existing keys and key pairs are shown in the symmetric keys and asymmetric key pairs container respectively. Each UniMate can carry a maximum of 12 symmetric keys and a maximum of 4 certificates or asymmetric key pairs.
Click "Key Management" on left the menu bar; if you do not have the required permissions, log in with a user PIN. Next, click on the + button for the type of key you want to generate.
Select "Auto" if you want to automatically generate a key. By clicking "Manual", you will have to input the keys manually. On placing the mouse over the field, "Input" it will display in greater detail on what needs to be entered. Next, please input a key ID as a unique identification number respective to the key, and lastly, click "OK".
Now that a symmetric key has been generated, move the mouse to it, the key ID will be displayed as shown below.
Encrypt or decrypt with a symmetric key
Click to select a symmetric key and click "Encrypt".
Select the action and mode to be performed (please input an initialization vector 'iv' when CBC or CBC_PAD is chosen). Next, input the data to be operated on and click "Encrypt" or "Decrypt", the output data will be displayed on the right side.
Delete a symmetric key
Select the symmetric key in the Key Management tab and then click "Delete".
Click "Yes" to delete the selected key.
Manage asymmetric key pairs
Generate a key pair
Click "Key Management" on the left menu bar; if you do not have the correct permissions, log in with a user PIN. Next, click on the + button in the Asymmetric Key Pairs Container window.
Select a key pair type and input a key pair ID as a unique identification number, and then click "Generate".
Encrypt, decrypt, sign or verify with an asymmetric key pair
Select an already created asymmetric key pair and click "Encrypt".
Select the action to be performed. If you click "Private-Key Sign" or "Public-Key Verify", you have to choose a mode. Next, input the data to be operated on. Click "Encrypt"/"Decrypt"/"Sign", and the output data will display on the right side. If you selected "Public-Key Verify", you should input the data to be signed as well as the signed data. Click "Verify", and a success prompt will appear if the data is verified correctly.
Delete an asymmetric key pair
To delete an asymmetric key pair, select the key pair to be deleted and click "Delete" in the main window.
Click "Yes" to delete the selected key pair.
UniMate Monitor is used to view detailed information about certificates imported into the UniMate, and register or delete certificates. It also provides a way to check information about the UniMate itself and to change User PINs.
Monitor setup.exe and follow the onscreen instructions.
Choose an install location, and click Install.
Click Finish to close the setup wizard.
Once the Monitor tool is installed, a new icon appears in the system tray, it will inform you when a UniMate is detected like so:
|Insert a UniMate||Remove a UniMate|
Insert a UniMate and select a target device, then click "Change PIN".
To change a PIN; enter the old PIN, create a new PIN and then re-enter the new PIN and click "OK" to confirm.
Assuming everything was entered correctly, a success prompt will appear.
If you do not have the required permissions, you will need to log in using a user PIN.
Select a certificate file (.pfx or .p12 format).
Input the password of the certificate.
A success prompt will appear if certificate is imported correctly.
The certificate should now be displayed in the list.
Register or unregister certificates
Internet Explorer -- Tools -- Internet Options -- Content -- Certificates check the registered certificates.
As an example, there is no certificate listed yet.
To register a certificate, select the certificate and then click "Register".
A prompt should appear to tell you that the certificate has been registered.
Go back to
Internet Explorer -- Tools -- Internet Options -- Content -- Certificates; the registered certificate should now be displayed on the list.
To unregister a certificate, select a certificate and click "Un-Register".
After confirming, the certificate will be removed.
Internet Explorer -- Tools -- Internet Options -- Content -- Certificates, the registered certificate will have been removed.
Select a certificate.
Click "View" to see the certificates details.
You can set an expiration reminder time.
When the expiration date is nearing, a balloon notification will appear to provide a warning that the certificate is close to expiring.
Partition Tool (only for UniMate drive)
UniMate Drive Partition tool allows developer to set partitions, and to upload an ISO image to the Drives CD-ROM.
Click Get, and you will be provided with the total usable size of the UniMate Drive. You can set the partition as you wish, and then click Partition to perform the resize operation.
In the Load Image tab, you can load an ISO image to the Drives CD-ROM partition.
Write ISO Tool
UniMate Write ISO Tool is used for writing ISO images to UniMate dongles.
Change Language Mode Tool (For UniMate Flex)
UniMate Change Language Mode Tool is used with the UniMate Flex to change the display language.
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