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From: Eric Perlin (ericperlMICROSOFT.COM)
Date: Thu Jul 19 2001 - 12:33:14 CDT
That's the theory. Good luck.
Since you are interested in a theoretical answer, here is my first take
1/ The reset of all security status is likely although there might be
That should be fairly easy to test. Just try it (present a pin, select
MF, try to access something protected by this pin).
2/ The R-APDU of the SELECT of MF should tell you what are the access
conditions to create an EF.
I doubt that it is access for everyone.
From: Francois Methot [mailto:francoismMACADAMIAN.COM]
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 9:27 AM
Subject: Re: Authorization registers
> Your question is specific to the card you are using.
> You should contact the manufacturer.
Is'nt it supposed to be ISO Standard command? Every ISO Smart card
should work the same!? As far as I know, the microsoft SDK only allows
to send APDU data and get Administrative Info from SmartCard. So I have
no choice to deal with APDU.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francois Methot [mailto:francoismMACADAMIAN.COM]
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 7:13 AM
> To: SmartCardSDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM
> Subject: Authorization registers
> Thanks you all for your support on my first and previous question
> on this group.
> Does the Authorization registers always set to 0 when selecting the MF
> on a SmartCard?
> Because I am tring to create an EF file on the MF.
> When I send the command CreateFile it return me this:
> 69 82h Access conditions not fulfilled:
> Secure messaging required and no key specified in Access Conditions
> Secure messaging required and no temporary administration key
> I specified in the create command that I don't want to use the Secure
> Messaging! What is happening according to you? Should I do a verify
> command first?