The SafeSign software is used with smartcards and smartcard readers like the OmniKey smartcard readers. Through my line of work, no lack of smartcards and/or readers. Only the software was missing (up till now).
The package I received contained TokenLounge software and the SafeSign v3.0 drivers for OSX. After installation of the software, you're left with Token Administration, and TokenLounge Software. The software installation took place on an iMac running OSX 10.5.5.
After this I had to add the smartcard to FireFox. This process is similar to the eToken process. Just follow the procedure described on the eToken post. For completing this you need to refer to the following file:
Same goes for using (SafeSign) smartcards with TrueCrypt.
The interface of the Token Lounge software suggests that you can map identities (certificates) to user accounts in OSX. Suggests, because about an hour before I tested the software my company smartcard got fried for some weird reason. So this piece of software will be tested when I receive my new company smartcard with matching signing and encryption certificates.
Conclusion so far: easy installable software. No opinion yet on it's usage and/or integration with the rest of OSX.
Guess I've earned being a Certified SafeSign Identity Client Administrator