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Buy EMV Software Reader/Writer

Our advantage: Free year guarantee health productFree after-sale support and advicesEMV Binlist includedInstructions [FAQ]Free updates Instructions: 1 – Start your Laptop/Computer 2 – Once is done run EMV as admin in the same folder with the rest of the files,You will see an box asking you for your License key Enter your license key and allow to the software 1/2 Min for the complete installation. 3 – Connect your hardware to your laptop From the software Interface Select your hardware and press connect it is connected then...

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Encoding data method for EMV Software

The ANSI/ISO/IEC 7811 standard is a specification for encoding information on an identification card using stamping or magnetic stripe techniques. This specification consists of five parts: relief embossing (writing method);magnetic stripe (recording method);the location of the characters when embossed on the ID-1 card;location of read-only magnetic tracks (tracks 1 and 2);the location of the tracks available for reading/writing (track 3). Relief embossing allows you to form symbols raised above the plane of the card body. The stamped...

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EMV application protection on smart cards

Unlike a normal personal computer, loading a program into memory and then executing it is not the main task for a smart card. Security mechanisms do not allow unauthorized program launches. In particular, you may need to authenticate the terminal for a specific application. In addition, the program code must be protected by at least a MAC address authentication code or a digital signature. Some smart card operating systems perform mutual isolation of memory areas of individual applications using software or hardware, so that the applications...

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Smart card interaction with EMV Software

The global concept of smart technology development is based on multi-functionality, which implies that several independent applications can be stored on a smart card: personal information (similar to a passport), driver’s license, etc., financial, identification, transport and other applications. With the growing role of the Internet in the global economy, the attention of leading technology and financial organizations to the standardization of smart cards and personal computers, as well as the procedures for their interaction, is...

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Smart Card Terminal authentication

The authenticity of the smart card user is verified by entering the PIN code. However, the user may also want to verify the authenticity of the terminal. Consider the potential threats of an attacker using a false terminal. An attacker could use such a machine to collect card PIN values entered by uninformed users. If the attacker who installed the terminal then stole these cards, he could use the PIN codes requested by the false terminal to perform any operations with the smart cards. There is a procedure that can be used to protect against...

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Security issues and organization of smart card protection

Smart cards are a rapidly developing field of information technology, which has its own security problems. Let’s first look at the security issues that are common to both contact and contactless smart cards. With regard to smart card technologies, there are currently three main areas for which you can specify typical attacks and appropriate counter-measures: The main component of a smart card is a silicon chip, which is an embedded piece of hardware. Accordingly, when evaluating the security of a smart card, a deliberate or...

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Security issues and organization of smart card protection

Smart cards are a rapidly developing field of information technology, which has its own security problems. Let’s first look at the security issues that are common to both contact and contactless smart cards. With regard to smart card technologies, there are currently three main areas for which you can specify typical attacks and appropriate counter-measures: The main component of a smart card is a silicon chip, which is an embedded piece of hardware. Accordingly, when evaluating the security of a smart card, a deliberate or...

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Access to smart card EMV data

Access to smart card data at the operating system level Obviously, all efforts to ensure the physical protection of the smart card will be in vain if the OS access control system is vulnerable. Access control is performed at the level of data structures, which are regulated by the international standard ISO 4. The main unit of information storage is a file. The file can be a structureless array of data or consist of records. Records can be of fixed or variable length. Depending on the organization of access to records, linear and cyclic files...

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Smart Card Key Exchange operations for EMV Software

The distribution of keys is the most important process in the management of the keys. When using a symmetric cryptosystem, the two parties entering into an information exchange must first agree on a secret session key, that is, a key for encrypting all messages transmitted during the exchange. This key must be known to everyone else and periodically updated at the same time, both the sender and the recipient. The process of agreeing on a session key is also called key exchange, or key distribution. The PC/SC compatibility specification...

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Crypto Interface for EMV Software

The main purpose of using smart cards in general-purpose computer systems is to provide cryptographic services to support common security infrastructures. In particular, the smart card is the best place to store the private key (from the public/private key pair), which is used for authentication in the public key infrastructure. A smart card is also a secure computing platform and the best place to perform a digital signature operation using a private key. Currently, there are two main cryptographic modules that provide application-level...

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Smart card support architectures

The main goal of the architecture and specification of the interaction of smart cards with chips and personal computer systems PC/SC (Interoperability Specification for ICC and Personal Computer Systems) is to enable independent product development by reader manufacturers and smart card manufacturers, while ensuring that the results of their efforts will work together seamlessly. The PC/SC specification has developed a number of requirements for the compatibility of microprocessor cards and smart card readers: Cards and readers must comply...

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