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How to use pyGlobalPlatform to establish Secure Channel

pyGlobalPlatform is a open source python library of globalplatform client library.
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How to use pyGlobalPlatform to establish Secure Channel

Post by JavaCardOS » Tue Nov 24, 2015 5:36 am

This demo shows how to use pyGlobalPlatform to establish secure channel.

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# Import the module
import globalplatformlib as gp

# Establish Context
context = gp.establishContext()

# Select the smartcard reader you want to connect
readernames = gp.listReaders(context)
readerName=readernames[0]

#Connect reader
cardInfo = gp.connectCard(context, readerName, gp.SCARD_PROTOCOL_Tx)

# Get SCP details
scp, scpi = gp.getSCPDetails(context, cardInfo)

# Mutual Authentication
securityInfo = gp.mutualAuthentication(context, cardInfo, gp.DEFAULT_KEY, gp.DEFAULT_KEY, gp.DEFAULT_KEY, gp.DEFAULT_KEY, 0, 0, scp, scpi, 0, 0)

# Release context
gp.releaseContext(context)

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Re: How to use pyGlobalPlatform to establish Secure Channel

Post by Tolice » Wed Dec 02, 2015 8:09 am

It is necessary to explain the type of each parameters of API function in pyGloablPlatform.

Otherwise, just look at this demo, it is difficult to understand the meaning of these API.

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