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JavaCard Authentication

Villios Kostas Lamprou Nikolas Sofikitis Lefteris

Nik Lamp

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of JavaCard Authentication

JavaCard Authentication Villios Kostas
Lamprou Nikolas
Sofikitis Lefteris The Idea Something I Own
The first level of authentication is based on the ownership of the smart card Something I Know
The second level is based on the knowledge of a secret number (the PIN). The user is prompted to supply the right PIN number in order to advance to a service. Development User is prompted to give his PIN Check if the PIN matches the card’s PIN 3 tries max limit before the card blocks If it matches the user is prompted to the URL representing the service *Hidden, inaccessible URL without the card Card entrance to the card reader (CAD)
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