fido_dev_force_pin_change

FIDO_DEV_ENABLE_ENTATTEST(3) Library Functions Manual FIDO_DEV_ENABLE_ENTATTEST(3)

fido_dev_enable_entattest, fido_dev_toggle_always_uv, fido_dev_force_pin_change, fido_dev_set_pin_minlen
FIDO 2.1 configuration authenticator API

#include <fido.h>
#include <fido/config.h>
int
fido_dev_enable_entattest(fido_dev_t *dev, const char *pin);
int
fido_dev_toggle_always_uv(fido_dev_t *dev, const char *pin);
int
fido_dev_force_pin_change(fido_dev_t *dev, const char *pin);
int
fido_dev_set_pin_minlen(fido_dev_t *dev, size_t len, const char *pin);

The functions described in this page allow configuration of a FIDO 2.1 authenticator.
The fido_dev_enable_entattest() function enables the Enterprise Attestation feature on dev. Enterprise Attestation instructs the authenticator to include uniquely identifying information in subsequent attestation statements. The pin parameter may be NULL if dev does not have a PIN set.
The fido_dev_toggle_always_uv() function toggles the “user verification always” feature on dev. When set, this toggle enforces user verification at the authenticator level for all known credentials. If dev supports U2F (CTAP1) and the user verification methods supported by the authenticator do not allow protection of U2F credentials, the U2F subsystem will be disabled by the authenticator. The pin parameter may be NULL if dev does not have a PIN set.
The fido_dev_force_pin_change() instructs dev to require a PIN change. Subsequent PIN authentication attempts against dev will fail until its PIN is changed.
The fido_dev_set_pin_minlen() function sets the minimum PIN length of dev to len. Minimum PIN lengths may only be increased.
Configuration settings are reflected in the payload returned by the authenticator in response to a fido_dev_get_cbor_info(3) call.

fido_dev_get_cbor_info(3), fido_dev_reset(3)

Authenticator configuration is a tentative feature of FIDO 2.1. Applications willing to strictly abide by FIDO 2.0 should refrain from using authenticator configuration. Applications using authenticator configuration should ensure the feature is supported by the authenticator prior to using the corresponding API. Since FIDO 2.1 hasn't been finalised, there is a chance the functionality and associated data structures may change.
September 22, 2020 Debian