Purebred is a key management server and set of apps for mobile devices. It aims to facilitate separating key management from device management so that key management maintains its affinity with the PKI and is consistent across the DoD enterprise, and device management can vary with each operational scenario.

Purebred was developed by DISA PKI Engineering to provide a secure, scalable method of distributing software certificates for DoD PKI subscribers’ use on commercial mobile devices. The system first establishes trust in device certificates used to encrypt configuration data bound for a device, then permits a subscriber to demonstrate possession and usage of their CAC to generate two new derived credentials and recover existing email encryption keys.

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Purebred Registration App Version History Purebred Registration App Version History
2019 02 21
Purebred Agent Milbook Collaboration Site Purebred Agent Milbook Collaboration Site
2019 02 21
  Purebred Agent FAQs Purebred Agent FAQs
This guide covers Purebred Agent frequently asked questions. (PDF Download) Date: 2/13/2019 | Size: 245 KB
122.4 KB 2018 11 30
  Privacy Policy for the Purebred Registration Application for Apple iOS Privacy Policy for the Purebred Registration Application for Apple iOS
"The Purebred Registration application for iOS is a component of the Purebred system that facilitates the issuance of derived PKI credentials to people who have been issued a Common Access Card (CAC). This document provides a privacy policy for use of the app in conjunction with the overall derived credential issuance system."
149.89 KB 2020 10 20
  PK-Enabling Mobile Devices with DoD PKI Credentials PK-Enabling Mobile Devices with DoD PKI Credentials
This brief provides Purebred’s goals, fundamentals, status, workflows, and technical details on its background.
2.36 MB 2018 11 30
KeyShare Reference for iOS KeyShare Reference for iOS
2019 02 21
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