Tag: SIM card

ROCA – Vulnerable RSA Key Generation on Some Smart Cards

Latest news on smart card based security solutions tells that once again one vendor has produced low quality firmware for RSA key generation. What makes it even worse is that this hazard was caught up only after cards had been

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Number of PKI Keys in Mobile ID Service

One of the main discussion topics in new Kiuru MSSP deployments has been the number of keys on the SIM card. Should there be a separate key for signing and authentication? How many PINs can the user actually remember? What

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How to make interoperable authentication applets on SIM cards?

The interoperability of SIM card applets (SIM Toolkit applications) is an important requirement in today’s mobile communication business. It is normal practice for MNOs to have SIM cards from different SIM vendors. These different cards come with different characteristics including

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AlaudaTool

AlaudaTool is an Alauda applet Functional Acceptance Test tool for mobile network operators and Mobile ID system integrators. The main purpose for the tool is to verify that the Alauda applet has been loaded & installed properly on the SIM

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Alauda P38 Lightning Applet

Alauda P38 Lightning Applet is a program on the Mobile User’s SIM/UICC card that is at the core of the signature process of Mobile ID. Alauda P38 is currently the only WPKI Client Applet on the market whose source code

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Alauda M2 Applet

Alauda M2 Applet is a program on the Mobile User’s SIM/UICC card that is at the core of the signature process of Mobile Signature Services. Alauda M2 is currently the only WPKI Client Applet on the market whose source code

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Alauda OTA

Kiuru HomeMSSP comes with the integrated Alauda OTA (Over the Air) server. An OTA server is used to communicate with a SIM/UICC card without being physically connected to the card. Alauda OTA server segments the request received from the Mobile User’s

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Overview

Methics provides flexible and scalable Mobile Signature Service (MSS) solutions. The required components for running a Mobile Signature Service are: a Mobile Signature Service Provider (MSSP) a WPKI Client Applet for SIM/UICC-cards SIM/UICC-cards a Short Message Service Center (SMSC) A

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SIM Card Applet Simulation

UICC card, called more familiarly a SIM card, contains a set of applications. These applications are managed by a mobile network operator and are installed during card manufacturing. The main benefits of UICC applets compared to phone apps are their security (phone

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