Dewanshu Haswani
X – a2
haswanidewanshu@yahoo.com
•Can hold up to 32,000 bytes
•Newer smart cards have math
co-processors
•Perform complex encryption
routines quickly
• Magnetic strip.
• No security of data
•Eg.credit cards
• Electronic memory cards.
• Vendor specific
8/8/2013 haswanidewa...
Construction of Smart
Cards
Construction of Smart CardsI/O
RST
RFU RFU
GND
Vpp
Vcc
CLK
Examples of Smart Cards
• Payphones
• Mobile Communications
• Banking & Retail
• Electronic Purse
• Health Care
• ID Verification and Access Contr...
Antenna
Interfaces of Smart
Cards
Different
Smart Card
Readers
Start
Welcome note on lcd
Start
Signals cut by opto coupler
Welcome note on lcd
Start
Signals cut by opto coupler
Welcome note on lcd
Display the user name
Start
Signals cut by opto coupler
Welcome note on lcd
Display the user name
Request for password
Start
Signals cut by opto coupler
Welcome note on lcd
Display the user name
Request for password
Thank You
If
OK
Start
Signals cut by opto coupler
Welcome note on lcd
Display the user name
Request for password
Wrong password
Re enter p...
• Flexibility
• Security
• Portability
• Increasing data storage capacity
• Reliability.
• Improve the convenience and security of any transaction.
• Provide tamper-proof storage of user and account
identity.
• ...
8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.co.in 18
• Password
• Card holder’s protection
• Cryptographic challenge Response
• Entity authentication
• Biometric information
•...
RF SMART CARD SYSTEM
RETINA SENSING SYSTEM
CARD AND FINGER SYSTEM
FINGER IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM
CARD ATTENDANCE SYSTEM
8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.co.in 21
Card is inserted in the terminal
Card gets power. OS boots up.
Sends ATR (Answer t...
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  1. 1. Dewanshu Haswani X – a2 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.com
  2. 2. •Can hold up to 32,000 bytes •Newer smart cards have math co-processors •Perform complex encryption routines quickly
  3. 3. • Magnetic strip. • No security of data •Eg.credit cards • Electronic memory cards. • Vendor specific 8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.com 3
  4. 4. Construction of Smart Cards
  5. 5. Construction of Smart CardsI/O RST RFU RFU GND Vpp Vcc CLK
  6. 6. Examples of Smart Cards
  7. 7. • Payphones • Mobile Communications • Banking & Retail • Electronic Purse • Health Care • ID Verification and Access Control
  8. 8. Antenna Interfaces of Smart Cards
  9. 9. Different Smart Card Readers
  10. 10. Start Welcome note on lcd
  11. 11. Start Signals cut by opto coupler Welcome note on lcd
  12. 12. Start Signals cut by opto coupler Welcome note on lcd Display the user name
  13. 13. Start Signals cut by opto coupler Welcome note on lcd Display the user name Request for password
  14. 14. Start Signals cut by opto coupler Welcome note on lcd Display the user name Request for password Thank You If OK
  15. 15. Start Signals cut by opto coupler Welcome note on lcd Display the user name Request for password Wrong password Re enter password Thank You If OK
  16. 16. • Flexibility • Security • Portability • Increasing data storage capacity • Reliability.
  17. 17. • Improve the convenience and security of any transaction. • Provide tamper-proof storage of user and account identity. • Provide vital components of system security. • Protect against a full range of security threats
  18. 18. 8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.co.in 18
  19. 19. • Password • Card holder’s protection • Cryptographic challenge Response • Entity authentication • Biometric information • Person’s identification 8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.co.in 19
  20. 20. RF SMART CARD SYSTEM RETINA SENSING SYSTEM CARD AND FINGER SYSTEM FINGER IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM CARD ATTENDANCE SYSTEM
  21. 21. 8/8/2013 haswanidewanshu@yahoo.co.in 21 Card is inserted in the terminal Card gets power. OS boots up. Sends ATR (Answer to reset)ATR negotiations take place to set up data transfer speeds, capability negotiations etc. Terminal sends first command to select MF Card responds with an error (because MF selection is only on password presentation) Terminal prompts the user to provide password and verifies the pwd. Card verifies Pwd. Stores a status “Pwd Verified”. Responds “OK” Terminal sends command to select MF again Terminal sends command to read EF1 Card supplies personal data and responds “OK” Card responds “OK”
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