Tag: WPKI

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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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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Kiuru WPKI Simulator

Kiuru WPKI Simulator is used to simulate external systems that the MSSP depends on. The simulator can be used to test a complete MSSP system functionality by simulating OTA and mobile users. The simulator helps with testing the functionality of

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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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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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Wireless PKI

Wireless PKI (WPKI) is a concept of utilizing PKI on mobile devices. In a WPKI system, the mobile device has a secure element (e.g. SIM card) that holds the private key. The public key is is stored in a certificate

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Products

Kiuru MSSP provides methods for customer acquisition in a secure and easy manner, paving the road to strong customer relationships. An overview of Methics’s MSS solution can be found here. Methics’s core products are the following: Kiuru HomeMSSP Kiuru AE

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