SCOTT - Smart Card Open Test Toolkit

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SCOTT is a toolkit aimed to support the automated testing of smart-card based applications. Its core resides in the SCOTT Shell, a command-line interpreter which can be driven by scripts that can manipulate smart-card devices via commands made available by card-specific plug-ins.



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