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FakeEstEIDApplet

Collect and collate various open source JavaCard applets.
All applets are under the open source licenses.

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FakeEstEIDApplet

Post by JavaCardOS » Wed Jun 17, 2015 4:00 am

The electronic identity(EID) card is a government-issued document for online and offline identification.This applet is different from the real card applet in the following aspects.

• All meaningful data on the card can be set to arbitrary values (within the size limits of the specification).
• All non-interesting data is static. All checks and restrictions (PIN etc) are optional and can be turned off or on by the cardholder.
• Cryptographic primitives can be mixed up at will, no checks of private keys vs certificates is made.
• Cryptographic material can be imported and exported as wanted.
• No defensive measures are implemented, only a “positive path” imitation.

"Specification" for v0.1

Interesting data (read-write):
• Authentication key
• Authentication certificate
• Signature key
• Signature certificate
• Personal data file as specified in original specification
• PIN1, PIN2 and PUK (all NOP)

Less interesting data (read-only):
• File identifiers that are used by baastarkvara

For more information about this Applet, please see the following files.
Note:
The Applet has been successfully compiled in JCIDE, and can be directly used after downloading.
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Last edited by JavaCardOS on Mon Dec 28, 2015 8:58 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: FakeEstEIDApplet

Post by Tolice » Wed Dec 02, 2015 4:02 am

Except this JavaCard applet project, is there other tools to use together with the applet.

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