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IC Fabricator

Postby JavaCardVE » Wed Feb 22, 2017 3:20 am

Is there any trustworthy reference for "IC Fabricator" number for javacards?
I have 2 cards from different providers that both claim their card is "Infineon".
But what IC fabricator I've found from CPLC command of these cards, are different. One is "0x8100" and the other is "0x4090".

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Re: IC Fabricator

Postby UNKNwYSHSA » Wed Feb 22, 2017 3:39 am

Give us the whole CPLC data bytes.
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Re: IC Fabricator

Postby JavaCardVE » Wed Feb 22, 2017 6:00 am

thanks for your attention.
the CPLC get from "gp.exe -i" command:

1rst Card CPLC:

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***** Card info:
Card CPLC:
ICFabricator: 8100
ICType: 7733
OperatingSystemID: A710
OperatingSystemReleaseDate: 6068
OperatingSystemReleaseLevel: 8100
ICFabricationDate: 6084
ICSerialNumber: A6162455
ICBatchIdentifier: 2EF3
ICModuleFabricator: 0000
ICModulePackagingDate: 0000
ICCManufacturer: 0000
ICEmbeddingDate: 0000
ICPrePersonalizer: FF30
ICPrePersonalizationEquipmentDate: 6246
ICPrePersonalizationEquipmentID: 05006036
ICPersonalizer: 0000
ICPersonalizationDate: 0000
ICPersonalizationEquipmentID: 00000000



2nd Card CPLC:

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***** Card info:
Card CPLC:
ICFabricator: 4090
ICType: 7889
OperatingSystemID: 1981
OperatingSystemReleaseDate: 5099
OperatingSystemReleaseLevel: 0119
ICFabricationDate: 7020
ICSerialNumber: 5F363543
ICBatchIdentifier: 0030
ICModuleFabricator: 4082
ICModulePackagingDate: 7020
ICCManufacturer: 1293
ICEmbeddingDate: 7020
ICPrePersonalizer: 0000
ICPrePersonalizationEquipmentDate: 0000
ICPrePersonalizationEquipmentID: 00000000
ICPersonalizer: 0000
ICPersonalizationDate: 0000
ICPersonalizationEquipmentID: 00000000

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Re: IC Fabricator

Postby UNKNwYSHSA » Wed Feb 22, 2017 10:14 pm

This is code of opensource tool javaemvreader, "4090" is the ID of infineon.

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    public static String getICFabricationName(String id) {
        if("4180".equals(id)){
            return "Atmel";
        }
        if("4250".equals(id)){
            return "Samsung";
        }
        if("4790".equals(id)){
            return "NXP";
        }
        if("4090".equals(id)){
            return "Infineon";
        }
        if("3060".equals(id)){
            return "Renesas";
        }
        return "";
}
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Re: IC Fabricator

Postby JavaCardVE » Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:20 am

UNKNwYSHSA wrote:This is code of opensource tool javaemvreader, "4090" is the ID of infineon.

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    public static String getICFabricationName(String id) {
        if("4180".equals(id)){
            return "Atmel";
        }
        if("4250".equals(id)){
            return "Samsung";
        }
        if("4790".equals(id)){
            return "NXP";
        }
        if("4090".equals(id)){
            return "Infineon";
        }
        if("3060".equals(id)){
            return "Renesas";
        }
        return "";
}


Thanks a lot. I need a reference that I can prove for example "0x8100" is not infineon. Is it possible that a provider has 2 "IC fabricator"?

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Re: IC Fabricator

Postby UNKNwYSHSA » Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:57 am

The fabricator name of id 0x8100 was not found.
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