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Commands for Interchange SmartCard API for .NET Easy smart card integration with our smart card framework for .NET with C# and VB.NET sample code. Sample code available for KVK, eGK, SIM, apdu error codes PIV, CAC, HID Prox and many more Get SmartCard API NOW ISO 7816 smart card apdu commands [part 1] [part 2] [part 3] [part4] [section..1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 annex.. A B C

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D E F] 5. Basic Organizations 5.1 Data structures 5.2 Security architecture of the card 5.3 APDU message structure 5.4 Coding conventions for command headers, data fields and response trailers 5.5 Logical

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channels 5.6 Secure messaging 5.1 Data structures This clause contains information on the logical structure of data as seen at the interface, when processing interindustry commands for interchange. The actual storage location of data and structural information beyond what is described in this clause are outside the scope of ISO/IEC 7816. 5.1.1 File organization 5.1.2 File referencing methods 5.1.3 Elementary file structures 5.1.4 Data apdu commands for smart cards example referencing methods 5.1.4.1 Record referencing 5.1.4.2 Data unit referencing 5.1.4.3 Data object referencing 5.1.5 File control information 5.1.1 File organization This part of ISO/IEC 7816 supports the following two categories of files : Dedicated file (DF) Elementary file (EF) The logical organization of data in a card consists of following structural hierachy of dedicated files : The DF at the root is called the master file (MF). The MF is mandatory. The other DFs are optional. The following two types of EFs are defined : Internal EF - Those EFs are intended for storing data interpreted by the card, i.e. data analyzed and used by the card for management and control purposes. Working EF - Those EFs are intended for storing data not interpreted by the card, i.e. data to be used by the outside world exclusively. Figure 1 illustrates an example of the logical file organization in a card. Figure 1 - Logical file organization (example) 5.1.2 File referencing methods When a file cannot be implicitly selected, it shall be possible to select it by at least one of the following methods : Referencing by file identifier - Any file

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Received 0 instead of expected 7 bytes #272 Closed arogachev opened this Issue apdu commands tutorial May 18, 2015 · 6 comments Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No one assigned 5 iso 7816-4 pdf participants arogachev commented May 18, 2015 I'm using Vagrant + puphpet, together with this extension. Recently I updated to the latest versions and now struggling with this issue. There are some problems with http://www.cardwerk.com/smartcards/smartcard_standard_ISO7816-4_5_basic_organizations.aspx applying configuration (at least for me). User guest was existing by default, but when I tried: sudo rabbitmqctl list_user_permissions guest it says: Listing permissions for user "guest" ... Error: {no_such_user,<<"guest">>} So I executed these commands manually for testing purposes. sudo rabbitmqctl add_vhost / sudo rabbitmqctl add_user guest guest // was already existing as default sudo rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p / guest ".*" ".*" ".*" Now if I execute: https://github.com/php-amqplib/php-amqplib/issues/272 sudo rabbitmqctl list_user_permissions guest It gives the following results: Listing permissions for user "guest" ... / .* .* .* ...done. Then I restarted rabbit server like that: sudo service rabbitmq-server restart Connection is created like that: $connection = new AMQPConnection('127.0.0.1', 5672, 'guest', 'guest', '/'); According to trace, error appears right on this line. Here is full error text: PhpAmqpLib\Exception\AMQPRuntimeException Error reading data. Received 0 instead of expected 7 bytes puphpet config rabbitmq section: rabbitmq: install: '1' settings: port: '5672' users: user-1: admin: true name: admin password: admin permissions: permissions-1: host: / configure_permission: '.*' read_permission: '.*' write_permission: '.*' vhosts: - / plugins: { } I also tried with admin user, the result is the same error. thiagotalma commented May 18, 2015 You read this? arogachev commented May 19, 2015 Yes, but seems like credentials are right. arogachev commented May 19, 2015 Solved. This was because of old version of RabbitMQ. Updated to the last stable version - and this error disappeared. ­čĹŹ 1 arogachev closed this May 19, 2015 arogachev referenced this issue May 19, 2015 Closed ACCESS_REFUSED - Login was refused using authentication mechanism AMQPLAIN #273 lerox commented Sep 16, 2015 We had the same exception when consumi

2011 meeting. I removed the people names from the document and used XXX instead. Please send/add comments if you have some. Extended APDU support reported by PC/SC Extended APDU support reported by http://ludovicrousseau.blogspot.com/2011/11/extended-apdu-support-reported-by-pcsc.html PC/SC Authors: Ludovic ROUSSEAU XXX, Xiring Version: 1.0, October 2011 The problemMore and more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminal_verification_results cards do support extended APDU. Some card commands may be available only using an extended APDU. It is not possible for a PC/SC application to know if the connected reader (+ driver) does or does not support extended APDU. The only way is to use SCardTransmit() to send an extended APDU and try to analyze the apdu command error code. Analysing an error code is difficult since PC/SC does nor define an error to indicate that the reader does not support extended APDU. So an already existing error code will be returned instead. It is then hard or impossible for an application to report a clear error to a user like: "your reader does not support extended APDU. Please use another reader model." The error returned by PC/SC rfu error reading may be caused by another problem. CCIDAt the CCID level it is easy to know if a CCID reader does support extended APDU or not by interpreting the dwFeatures field in the USBCCID descriptor. Readers defined as "Short APDU level exchange with CCID" are not able to manage extended APDU. See http://pcsclite.alioth.debian.org/ccid_extended_apdu.html for more details and a list of readers in each categories. The current proposal is to allow a PC/SC application to access this information at the PC/SC level. Proposed solution using SCardControl()Provide a new tag for FEATURE_GET_TLV_PROPERTIES to return the maximal size of data the reader (+ driver) can support. For a reader supporting the full extended APDU size the value would be 0x10000 (64 kB). This size does not include the APDU header. Tag name and valueName: dwMaxAPDUDataSize Tag value: 0x0A Length: 4 bytes Coding: as the other multi-bytes values returned by FEATURE_GET_TLV_PROPERTIES Values: 0: short APDU only 0 < X <= 256: invalid values (RFU) 256 < X <= 0x10000: short and extended APDU of up to X bytes of data 0x10000 < X: invalid values (RFU) Proposed solution using SCardGetAttrib() As suggested by XXX I also propose to add a new entry in the table 3-1 in PC/SC part 3, chapter 3.1.1.2 'Enumeration

tests (for example has the card expired). This data object is used in the terminal's decision whether to accept, decline or go on-line for a payment transaction. The format of the TVR is as follows:[1] Byte 1 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning 1 Offline data processing was not performed 1 SDA failed 1 ICC data missing 1 Card number appears on hotlist 1 DDA failed 1 CDA failed 0 RFU 0 RFU Byte 2 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning 1 Card and terminal have different application versions 1 Expired application 1 Application not yet effective 1 Requested service not allowed for card product 1 New card 0 RFU 0 RFU 0 RFU Byte 3 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning 1 Cardholder verification was not successful 1 Unrecognised CVM 1 PIN try limit exceeded 1 PIN entry required, but no PIN pad present or not working 1 PIN entry required, PIN pad present, but PIN was not entered 1 On-line PIN entered 0 RFU 0 RFU Byte 4 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning 1 Transaction exceeds floor limit 1 Lower consecutive offline limit exceeded 1 Upper consecutive offline limit exceeded 1 Transaction selected randomly of on-line processing 1 Merchant forced transaction on-line 0 RFU 0 RFU 0 RFU Byte 5 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning 1 Default TDOL Used 1 Issuer authentication failed 1 Script processing failed before final Generate AC 1 Script processing failed after final Generate AC 0 RFU 0 RFU 0 RFU 0 RFU References[edit] EMV EMV Specification Bulletins EMV Specification ^ EMV Integrated Circuit Card Specifications for Payment Systems - Book 3: Application Specification. EMVCo. 2011. p.165. External links[edit] Online decoder Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Terminal_verification_results&oldid=732147033" Categories: EMV Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces Article Talk Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main pageContentsFeatured contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate to WikipediaWikipedia store Interaction HelpAbout WikipediaCommunity portalRecent changesContact page Tools What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page Print/export Create a bookDownload as PDFPrintable version Languages Add links This page was last modified on 29 July 2016, at 23:30. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organiza

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