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difference between javacard and the ordinary card

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 6:05 am
by yang340
what is the difference between javacard and the ordinary card´╝č

Re: difference between javacard and the ordinary card

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:35 pm
by wumindejia
Card divided into java card and native card. Java card can dynamically download and delete applications, while native card can not.

Re: difference between javacard and the ordinary card

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:06 am
by pangsn
Java card without a pointer, and have internal security mechanism can efficiently avoid errors and crashes caused by cross-border access program.
Native card has a pointer, can operate all kinds of memory, but it is easy to cause errors and crashes because cross-border access.

Re: difference between javacard and the ordinary card

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:10 am
by pangsn
Javacard without a pointer, and have internal security mechanism can avoid errors and crashes caused by cross-border access program.
Native card has a pointer, can operate all kinds of memory, but it is easy to cause errors and crashes because cross-border access.

javacard vs native card

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:25 am
by atr7816
pangsn wrote:Javacard without a pointer, and have internal security mechanism can avoid errors and crashes caused by cross-border access program.
Native card has a pointer, can operate all kinds of memory, but it is easy to cause errors and crashes because cross-border access.


To be exact, Java language doesn't have the type of pointer. This character is inherited from Java language.

Some of the difference between java card and the classic(traditional) native smart card.


Re: javacard vs native card

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:57 pm
by pangsn
atr7816 wrote:
pangsn wrote:Javacard without a pointer, and have internal security mechanism can avoid errors and crashes caused by cross-border access program.
Native card has a pointer, can operate all kinds of memory, but it is easy to cause errors and crashes because cross-border access.


To be exact, Java language doesn't have the type of pointer. This character is inherited from Java language.

Some of the difference between java card and the classic(traditional) native smart card.



Thanks for your correction.