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This program send commands to a card through the reader.
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HandlerTest =========== This program send commands to a card through the reader. The card must implement the test application. The application is provided as a JavaCard applet. The tester dynamically load the driver. pcscd must be stopped (unless you know what you do) to avoid interferences with the drivers/readers already used by pcscd. The tester will only find and use the first USB reader found by the reader. If you have multiple readers managed by the same driver you must test them one after the other. Authors: ======== - Jean-Luc Giraud for the JavaCard applet - Ludovic Rousseau for the host part Licence: ======== Host part This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. JavaCard part BSD-like licence. See JavaCard/COPYING Tested commands: ================ Case 1, APDU: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 L(Cmd) = 4 Case 1, TPDU: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 P3 (=0) L(Cmd) = 5 Case 2: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 Le L(Cmd) = 5 -> No difference between TPDU and APDU (T=0) Case 3: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 Lc Data L(Cmd) = 5 + Lc -> No difference between TPDU and APDU (T=0) Case 4, APDU: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 Lc Data Le L(Cmd) = 5 + Lc +1 Case 4, TPDU: Cmd = CLA INS P1 P2 Lc Data L(Cmd) = 5 + Lc -> TPDU, treat as Case 3 and return 61 xx, and perform GET RESPONSE Time Request This is not a command per se but the card will send time requests (0x60) to the reader. History ======= 0.3.2 - 26 March 2014, Ludovic Rousseau - add support of Mac OS X - new test scripts to test extended APDU and contactless cards - minor bugs fixed 0.3.1 - 30 May 2006, Ludovic Rousseau - add -e to test extended APDU 0.3.0 - 2 April 2006, Ludovic Rousseau - Java Card applet: - the INS byte shall not be odd. It is forbidden by ISO 7816-4 ch. 5.4.2 Instruction byte. Instead of using INS from 21 to 25 we now use from 30 to 3E with only even values. - add VERIFY PIN command - add VERIFY PIN dump command - manage an (unsecure) retryCounter - support of TPDU - support of T=1 - support of IFDHCreateChannelByName (ifd handler API v3.0) 0.2.0 - 4 September 2003, Ludovic Rousseau - add support of time request (reported by CCID readers) - include the JavaCard applet source code written by Jean-Luc Giraud - add scripts to send commands (to be used with scriptor(1)) 0.1.0 - 11 August 2003, Ludovic Rousseau - first public release $Id$ vim:ts=20