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Rankl, Wolfgang

Smart Card Handbook

€ 159.95

The most comprehensive book on state-of-the-art smart card technology availableUpdated with new international standards and specifications, this essential fourth edition now


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface

Symbols and Notation

Abbreviations

1 Introduction

1.1 TheHistoryofSmartCards

1.2 Card Types and Applications

1.3 Standardization

2 Card Types

2.1 EmbossedCards

2.2 Magnetic stripe Cards

2.3 SmartCards

2.4 OpticalMemoryCards

3 Physical Properties

3.1 CardFormats

3.2 ContactField

3.3 CardBody

3.4 CardMaterials

3.5 Card Components and Security Features

3.6 Chip Modules

4 Electrical Properties

4.1 Electrical Connections

4.2 Supply Voltage

4.3 Supply Current

4.4 Clock Supply

4.5 DataTransmissionwithT=0orT=1

4.6 Activation and Deactivation Sequences

5 Smart Card Microcontrollers

5.1 Semiconductor Technology

5.2 Processor Types

5.3 Memory Types

5.4 Supplementary Hardware

5.5 Extended Temperature Range

6 Information Technology Foundations

6.1 DataStructures

6.2 Encoding Alphanumeric Data

6.3 SDLNotation

6.4 State Machines

6.5 Error Detection and Correction Codes

6.6 DataCompression

7 Security Foundations

7.1 Cryptology

7.2 Hash Functions

7.3 Random Numbers

7.4 Authentication

7.5 Digital Signatures

7.6 Certificates

7.7 Key Management

7.8 Identification ofPersons

8 Communication with Smart Cards

8.1 Answer toReset

8.2 Protocol Parameter Selection

8.3 MessageStructure

8.4 Secure Data Transmission

8.5 Logical Channels

8.6 Logical Protocols

8.7 Connecting Terminals to Higher level Systems

9 Data Transmission with Contact Cards

9.1 Physical Transmission Layer

9.2 Memory Card Protocols

9.3 ISO Transmission Protocols

9.4 USB Transmission Protocol

9.5 MMC Transmission Protocol

9.6 Single Wire Protocol

10 Contactless Data Transmission

10.1 Inductive Coupling

10.2 PowerTransmission

10.3 DataTransmission

10.4 Capacitive Coupling

10.5 Collision Avoidance

10.6 State of Standardization

10.7 Close Coupling Cards (ISO/IEC 10536)

10.8 RemoteCouplingCards

10.9 Proximity Cards (ISO/IEC 14443)

10.10VicinityIntegratedCircuitCards

10.11NearFieldCommunication (NFC)

10.12FeliCa

10.13Mifare

11 Smart Card Commands

11.1 File Selection Commands

11.2 Read and Write Commands

11.3 Search Commands

11.4 File Operation Commands

11.5 Commands for Authenticating Persons

11.6 Commands for Authenticating Devices

11.7 Commands for Cryptographic Algorithms

11.8 File Management Commands

11.9 Application Management Commands

11.10 Completion Commands

11.11 Commands for Hardware Testing

11.12 Commands for Data Transmission

11.13 Database Commands (SCQL)

11.14 Commands for Electronic Purses

11.15 Commands for Credit and Debit Cards

11.16 Application Specific Commands

11.17CommandProcessingTimes

12 Smart Card File Management

12.1 FileStructure

12.2 TheLifeCycle ofFiles

12.3 File Types

12.4 ApplicationFiles

12.5 FileNames

12.6 FileSelection

12.7 EFFileStructures

12.8 File Access Conditions

12.9 FileAttributes

13 Smart Card Operating Systems

13.1 Evolution ofSmartCardOperatingSystems

13.2 Fundamental Aspects and Tasks

13.3 CommandProcessing

13.4 Designand ImplementationPrinciples

13.5 OperatingSystemCompletion

13.6 Memory Organization and Memory Management

13.7 File Management

13.8 Sequence Control

13.9 ISO/IEC 7816 9 Resource Access

13.10AtomicOperations

13.11 Multitasking

13.12 Performance

13.13 Application Management with Global Platform

13.14 Downloadable Program Code

13.15 Executable Native Code

13.16OpenPlatforms

13.17TheSmall OSSmartCardOperatingSystem

14 Smart Card Production

14.1 Tasks and Roles in the Production Process

14.2 SmartCardLifeCycle

14.3 Chip and Module Production

14.4 Card Body Production

14.5 Combining theCardBody and theChip

14.6 Electrical Testing of Modules

14.7 Loading Static Data

14.8 Loading Individual Data

14.9 EnvelopeStuffing andDispatching

14.10 Special Types of Production

14.11Termination ofCardUsage

15 Quality Assurance

15.1 CardBodyTests

15.2 Microcontroller Hardware Tests

15.3 Test Methods for Contactless Smart Cards

15.4 Test Methods for Software

15.5 Evaluation ofHardware andSoftware

16 Smart Card Security

16.1 Classification of Attacks and Attackers

16.2 A History of Attacks

16.3 Attacks and Defense Measures During Development

16.4 Attacks and Defense Measures During Production

16.5 Attacks and Defense Measures During Card Usage

17 SmartCardTerminals

17.1 Mechanical Properties

17.2 Electrical Properties

17.3 User Interface

17.4 Application Interface

17.5 Security

18 Smart Cards in Payment Systems

18.1 PaymentTransactionswithCards

18.2 Prepaid Memory Cards

18.3 ElectronicPurses

18.3.1 Inter sector electronic purses compliant with EN 1546

18.4 EMVApplication

18.5 PayPass and payWave

18.6 The Eurocheque System in Germany

19 Smart Cards in Telecommunication Systems

19.1 Public Card Phones in Germany

19.2 Telecommunication

19.3 OverviewofMobileTelecommunicationSystems

19.4 TheGSMSystem

19.5 TheUMTSSystem

19.6 TheWIM

19.7 Microbrowsers

20 Smart Cards in Health Care Systems

20.1 Health Insurance Cards in Germany

20.2 ElectronicHealthCareCards inGermany

21 Smart Cards in Transportation Systems

21.1 ElectronicTickets

21.2 SkiPasses

21.3 Tachosmart

21.4 ElectronicTollSystems

22 Smart Cards for Identification and Passports

22.1 FINEID Personal ID Card

22.2 ICAO compliantPassports

23 Smart Cards for IT Security

23.1 Digital Signatures

23.2 Signature Applications Compliant with PKCS #15

23.3 SmartCardWebServer

24 ApplicationDesign

24.1 General Information and Characteristic Data

24.2 Application Generation Tools

24.3 Analyzing an Unknown Smart Card

25 Appendix

25.1 Glossary

25.2 Related Reading

25.3 Bibliography

25.4 Directory of Standards and Specifications

25.5 WebAddresses

Index

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Hardback
1088 pagina's
Januari 2010
1550 gram
253 x 182 x 57 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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