We have had some questions about how to obtain test users for MitID before signing up with a broker. Unfortunately, this is a bit more difficult in MitID than it has been in NemID, because you need access to the test tool to authenticate at level Substantial or higher.
In NemID, you can extract a code card which can be stored locally along.
MitID does not offer a code card even in test; you can authenticate with an app simulator or code display simulator, or you can pair a test user you control with an existing device.
The URL to the NemID test tool is published on our developer web, and you have access if your organization’s IP address is whitelisted.
We are not allowed to publicly display the address to the MitID test tool.
There is one workaround for this situation, and that is to have someone create a test user for you with assurance level Low. In this case the user experience will be a bit different, and the resulting level of assurance will not be the same as what you will hopefully hav in production, but it is better than nothing.