I have some questions regarding the Nitrokey HSM 2 featureset. The fact sheet says:
Key administrators can either authenticate themselves using their own Nitrokey HSM (required for M-of-Naccess protection) or by means of a password. Remote access is possible, so key administrators do not have to be physically present in the same location.
Unfortunately, I only found out how to use this feature for key encryption when initializing the key and this without remote access or authentication by other NitroKeys. Am I right that this is not yet supported by the advertised software? If yes, is there some kind of roadmap when it should be possible to use other NitroKeys for unlocking the keys stored inside the HSM or using other NitroKeys at least for initializing?
Another feature question: Other HSMs and smart cards can count how many times a single key was used for signing. Is it possible or will it be possible in the future to obtain this metric? This would be pretty nice for auditing purposes!