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Authentication System Utilization FAQ

The new IC cards are being introduced to the whole university as one part of an Integrated Authentication Infrastructure. Please definitely use them to develop your department's own services. IC cards are considered part of a 'university-wide information system,' so applications and permission are required for their use. When you have reach the concrete planning stage for your new services, please consult with the ICT support center regarding the content of your services.

Sample software (FCF that can read IC cards is uploaded at the below.

The soft for reading IC Card (Kyoto University internal only)

After downloading the compressed file (ZIP) and decompressing it, look at 'README' and use it.

In addition, to operate this software you will have to buy a PASORI RC-330 or RC-S370 card reader/writer, which is compatible with noncontact IC cards. It costs about 3,000\ in large retail stores. (※On some computer models, this device is already built-in.)

You have to have a printer and copying environment in which IC cards can be recognized. If your department is considering using printers and copiers that can recognize IC cards, please consult with the ICT support center. We can introduce manufacturers to you and give you other relevant information.

Yes, it is. The integrated Authentication system was specified as all- university information system in all-university information security commitee as of June,2009.

The regulation for the use of all-university information system in Kyoto University is established as of January,2010 based on this.

The integrated Authentication system is the general term for the following;
・Authentication system(Authentication portal system for all students, Authentication system in groupware for Faculty and Staff, Authentication Cooperation system in Educational research community)
・Integrated LDAP server(Database with all-university account and and a part of attribute)、
・Authentication Bureau in Kyoto University(Issuing the electric certificate in the IC card for Faculty and Staff)、
・IC card(Authentication IC card, IC students' card and FCF card)

Please be noted as follows. For detail, please refer to the regulations from the use of all-university information system.
(1)The ID such as ECS-ID(For students) or SPS-ID(For Faculty and Staff), which will be used on-campus, is very important. Please manage it carefully and be cautious not to be used by others.
(2)IC card is also very important to use on-campus. It's not allowed to lend it to others nor use other's card. Also, please be cautious not to loose it.
(3)Please inquire IIMC counter about your anxiety such as the security risks and your loss etc concerning your IC card or ID.

Related regulations are principle policy in Information security measure, regulations, standard of measure,rules to use Information resources, All-university Information system, Guideline of the password for all-university information system users and The Guideline for the unacuthorized program of the all-university information system etc.

They are posted in the following link to check.

http://www.iimc.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/services/ismo/use/regulation.html

更新日:2021/09/02

Digital certificate is required for using S/MIME. Currently, you can obtain the S/MIME certificate for KUMail (@kyoto-u.ac.jp) and for KUMOI (@st.kyoto-u.ac.jp) free of charge from the UPKI (University Public Key Infrastructure) 's client certificate issue service in the NII (National Institute of Informatics).

How to obtain a UPKI's client certificate for S/MIME, see:
https://www.iimc.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/services/cert/client_cert/


How to install a UPKI's client certificate for S/MIME in your mail clients, see:
https://meatwiki.nii.ac.jp/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=26183057

NII doesn't issue UPKI's client certificates for the email address that the departments manage. When you need, please buy it from digital certificate providers.

You can use an IC Student ID for use of university facilities, automatic issuance of certificates, electronic money payments at the Kyoto University Co-op, and so on.

In addition, your previous data has been stored in the magnetic stripe on your new IC card, and you can use this magnetic stripe to continue to receive services you have been receiving up to now.

The new IC card is called FeliCa, and data is stored on it in FCF (the FeliCa Common-use Format.) Thus, a management system for building entrance and exit has to have read-write functions that enable it to respond to and read this data. For details, see persons in the departments that manage the buildings you are using.

 

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