Updated: 2020/Jul/29

FIDO_DEV_SET_PIN(3)        Library Functions Manual        FIDO_DEV_SET_PIN(3)

     fido_dev_set_pin, fido_dev_get_retry_count, fido_dev_reset - FIDO 2
     device management functions

     #include <fido.h>

     fido_dev_set_pin(fido_dev_t *dev, const char *pin, const char *oldpin);

     fido_dev_get_retry_count(fido_dev_t *dev, int *retries);

     fido_dev_reset(fido_dev_t *dev);

     The fido_dev_set_pin() function sets the PIN of device dev to pin, where
     pin is a NUL-terminated UTF-8 string.  If oldpin is not NULL, the
     device's PIN is changed from oldpin to pin, where pin and oldpin are NUL-
     terminated UTF-8 strings.

     The fido_dev_get_retry_count() function fills retries with the number of
     PIN retries left in dev before lock-out, where retries is an addressable

     The fido_dev_reset() function performs a reset on dev, resetting the
     device's PIN and erasing credentials stored on the device.

     Please note that fido_dev_set_pin(), fido_dev_get_retry_count(), and
     fido_dev_reset() are synchronous and will block if necessary.

     The error codes returned by fido_dev_set_pin(),
     fido_dev_get_retry_count(), and fido_dev_reset() are defined in
     <fido/err.h>.  On success, FIDO_OK is returned.

     Regarding fido_dev_reset(), the actual user-flow to perform a reset is
     outside the scope of the FIDO2 specification, and may therefore vary
     depending on the authenticator.  Yubico authenticators will return
     FIDO_ERR_NOT_ALLOWED if a reset is issued later than 5 seconds after
     power-up, and FIDO_ERR_ACTION_TIMEOUT if the user fails to confirm the
     reset by touching the key within 30 seconds.

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