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I am experimenting with hardware security modules and am curious who have used either the network based or PCI(e) based hardware security modules for crypto operations on Snow Leopard?

Primarily interesting in signing code but general crypto hardware interface experience/advice is appreciated. Happy Holidays... - cn
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