Threshold Cryptography HSM is a system which purpose is to bring a low cost, highly secure HSM-like system. In order to achieve this we use a threshold cryptography protocol that is able to generate standard RSA signatures.

Nowadays we have a functional threshold cryptography library that provides an implementation of the functions described on the “Practical Threshold Signatures” protocol from V. Shoup; a functional distributed system that uses that library and network messaging to let the system’s node communicate; and an inmature PKCS #11 library.