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JCOP card implementation using SCP03

Post by vison » Mon Jan 07, 2019 4:56 pm

Hi

Hoping to get some help on JCOP card implementation using SCP03 using GPC_Specification-2.2.1. I am new and learning to JC programming for my personal interest so would need assistance

1. Product link to purchase latest JCOP NXP card (multiple write use). I just need to install ISD, SSD and couple of applets supporting SCP03 , Any suitable recommended size would help
2. Reader/write to support my project
3. If there are free software for development (IDE etc)which I could use on windows 10 for implementation, please provide link.

I know some info is on this website but I want to be sure before I order anything. I dont want to spend too much but in future when I am able to build my project, i certainly would but higher configuration products

last question about GPC spec

4. I can't see SCP03 reference in using GPC_Specification-2.2.1. Is it known with different name as well ?

Appreciate your help

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Re: JCOP card implementation using SCP03

Post by vison » Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:44 pm

Got answer for #4. Just looked up GP specs again and found SCP03 in amendment D " Secure Channel Protocol '03' - Amendment D v1"

Please help with question 1-3
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Re: JCOP card implementation using SCP03

Post by kuafu » Tue Feb 12, 2019 1:35 am

answer for #2
Reader :
https://www.javacardos.com/store/products/10050 is cheap, and work well.

answer for #3
https://www.javacardos.com/tools Jc kit works well on win10, and it's free.
well

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