FC_InitPIN() takes three parameters:
[Input] Session handle.
[Input] Pointer to the PIN being set.
[Input] Length of the PIN.
FC_InitPIN() initializes the normal user’s PIN.
FC_InitPIN() must be called when the PKCS #11 Security Officer (SO) is logged into the token
and the session is read/write, that is, the session must be in the “R/W SO Functions” state
CKS_RW_SO_FUNCTIONS). The role of the PKCS #11 SO is to initialize a token and to initialize
the normal user’s PIN. In the NSS cryptographic module, one uses the empty string password (“”)
to log in as the PKCS #11 SO. The module only allows the PKCS #11 SO to log in if the normal
user’s PIN has not yet been set or has been reset.
FC_InitPIN() returns the following return codes.
CKR_OK: normal user’s PIN initialization succeeded.
CKR_SESSION_HANDLE_INVALID: the session handle is invalid.
CKR_USER_NOT_LOGGED_IN: the session is not in the “R/W SO Functions” state.
CKR_PIN_INVALID: the PIN has an invalid UTF-8 character.
CKR_PIN_LEN_RANGE: the PIN is too short, too long, or too weak (doesn’t have enough character types).
CKR_DEVICE_ERROR: normal user’s PIN is already initialized.