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A Card Authentication Key (CAK) is

a PIV authentication mechanism (or the PIV Card key of the same name) that is implemented by an asymmetric or symmetric key challenge/response protocol. The CAK is an optional mechanism defined in NIST Special Publication 800-73-4.[1]

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  1. FISMApedia (full-text).

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