Tag: MobileID

Methics will be exhibiting the Kiuru MSSP solution for Mobile ID and Mobile Connect Services at the Mobile World Congress 2017. Meet us at the Finland Pavilion, stand 5F31 in Hall 5, where we will be exhibiting the solution. Please reserve a meeting with …

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Some people have questioned if the SMS bearer provides a good user experience and if it is based on a long term technology for Mobile ID. In this blog we try to study this issue and what improvements other wireless communication …

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Kirmo Hovinmaa, technical writer The Internet has forced us humans to rethink communication on a fundamental level. The convenience of being able to exchange ideas without necessarily seeing each other face to face or even being on the same continent …

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In Mobile Signature Service (MSS), messages are routed between Mobile Signature Service Providers (MSSPs). Interconnected MSSPs are called a Mesh. The point of interconnecting MSSPs is that Application Providers (APs) can reach any Mobile User that’s connected to any of the …

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This summer Dr. Esa Kerttula published an article about the Finnish MSS called “A novel federated strong mobile signature service—The Finnish case“. Esa has studied Finnish national solution for using strong authentication for public services. In his article, Esa “describes the legal …

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SIM card is provided as a part of mobile subscriptions. Therefore, almost everyone has a secure device (SIM card) that’s always available (unless your battery runs out). That’s the strength of MobileID. It exploits the good old mobile communication system for strong authentication. A system …

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Our open source MSS API Laverca has been on SourceForge since 2011. We decided to move out of SourceForge in the wake of recent events. SourceForge has definitely been going downhill for a while now but this was the last straw …

Laverca moved to GitHub Read More »

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