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From: Michael Bender (Michael.Bendersun.com)
Date: Mon Jan 12 2009 - 17:40:30 CST
On Jan 12, 2009, at 12:43 AM, lion wrote:
> Hi, All
> I am wirting a smartcard driver, the ATR is like below.
> ----ATR: TS is 3b
> T0 is 6c
> TB1 is 0
> TC1 is 2
> history char is : 36 61 86 38 4b 8c 13 4 62 3 59 8a
> Then,how can I know what's the type of my card(such as the
> I have try to find it at http://www.sun-rays.org/lib/smartcard_list.txt,but
> have no answer.
> I want to do this, because i always get failure when selecting the
> MF file
> I try to get more information about my card.
Well my experience is that you can't always tell what type of card you
by looking at the ATR, which is why I created the SwapDrop language
that Sun Ray
uses to run "smartcard config files" that use heuristics to identify a
card that is
inserted into the Sun Ray's internal smartcard reader. The config
files may use
the ATR information (usually the history bytes and/or the length) as
one of the tests
to try to identify a card. Other tests include checking for the
presence of specific
directories and/or files, checking for the length and/or contents of a
trying to select one or more applets (on cards that support applets)
specific APDUs and noting the response from the card.
I had a look on Ludovic's list here:
but I couldn't find an ATR that matches your card's ATR.
Try playing with Google to see if someone else has posted the ATR or
that is similar to yours.
Do you have any more information on the card that you want to find out
You can try some common APDUs that work with OpenPlatform JavaCard
perhaps you have one of those cards. Or maybe scan an image of the
it's not a blank white card ;-) and post it somewhere for people to
look at. Even if
it is a blank white card, you can usually tell the manufacturer of the
chip from the
contact pad design, so that might be a good lead.
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