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From: Sebastien Lorquet (sebastienlorquet.fr)
Date: Wed Apr 24 2013 - 04:34:15 CDT
the privileges bits are specified in the GP specs .
GP 2.1.1 "Card Spec v2.1.1 v0303.pdf" page 107 table 9-7
GP 2.2 "GP Card Spec 2.2.pdf" page 114 (PDF page 134) table 11-7 (the privilege
is now named "Card Reset")
GP 2.2.1 "GPC_Specification_2.2.1.pdf" page 121 (PDF page 141) (same remark)
The Default Selected Privilege is set in bit b3, with binary value 0x04.
So your default selected application is:
App LC: 7 PR: 0x04
Le 22/04/2013 10:38, Florent Deybach a écrit :
> Hi Sébastien,
> First thanks for your precise answer.
> First of all, make sure you have the correct keys. The card may have
> different SDs, configured with different keys.
> If the card has no
> default selected application (which is the case for most cards), you
> don't need the SD AID.
> I am pretty sure I have the correct keys. My SIM card provider told me to use
> the default VISA keys (404142....).
> By the way, how do I know which one is the default selected Application by the
> GP output?
> Can I tell by the right-part of the GP list command?
> ISD LC: 7 PR: 0x9A
> App LC: 7 PR: 0x04
> Exe LC: 1 PR: 0x00
> What is your card? An NFC phone secure element?
> a SIM card? A generic card? Is it accessed via contacts, or via a
> contactless interface?
> It is accessed via contacts (via a generic Gemalto Reader).
> It is a Infineon SIM Card from G&D with an preloaded application: SmrtCafé
> Expert 4.0
> I think that in your card, A0 00 00 01 51 00 00 is not a security domain,
> since the class 0x80 is unknown after you select this application.
> A locked card should not reply 6E00 but 6985.
> Ok thanks for the precision.
> Automatic SD selection is a very bad idea, the selection order is
> arbitrary but this can lead to different behaviours on different cards.
> Manual SD selection is the way to go if you want to avoid strange
> Indeed, when I specify manually the SD, it works (see my previous mail)
> It seems that the correct SD for your card is the visa one
> (ending with 03)
> Yes, that's what I've noticed.
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