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TABLE 9-1 General Categorization of TAR Values
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TAR '00 00 00' '00 00 01' to 'AF FF FF' 'B0 00 00' 'B0 00 01' 'B0 00 03' to 'B0 FF FF' 'B1 00 00' to 'B1 FF FF' 'B2 00 00' to 'BF FE FF' 'BF FF 00' to 'BF FF FF' 'C0 00 00' to 'FF FF FF'
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Application Category Card Manager Allocated by card issuer UICC shared file system management USIM file system management Other remote file systems Payment application RFU Proprietary toolkit application Allocated by card issuer
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The TAR value was intended to serve the same function as the port field of the Internet s Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Once the message arrives at its physical destination, the TAR or port field tells the operating system on the arrival system which application on that system will handle the message Because it went through a fuzzy definition phase, the TAR has been commandeered for purposes that are well outside its intended use The USAT Interpreter standards, for example, try to use it for routing on the network How this meshes with values in Table 9-1 is anybody s guess
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End-to-End Security for SMS Messages
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Counter (CNTR)
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The counter field indexes all the messages between the application server and the SIM Its intended purpose is to counter (no pun intended) a replay attack when somebody snags one of the SMSs and sends it again to its original destination at a later point in time If the recipient had no way of telling that it had seen this message before, it would process it again and this could damage the overall application If counter management is turned on, then there are weak and strong forms of counter control In the weak form, each received message must have a counter value greater than the immediately preceding message In the strong form, each received message must have a counter value exactly one greater than the immediately preceding message You also have to keep in mind that a counter is a tiny piece of shared state with another entity, namely the entity with which you are communicating If you are communicating with more than one entity, then you will have to maintain a separate replay counter for the other entities A weaker but easier way to manage the Counter field is to turn off counter management and just put a time stamp of some sort into the Counter field
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Padding Counter (PCNTR)
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Many cryptographic algorithms work with blocks of bytes of a specific size Data Encryption Standard (DES) for example, works with 8-byte blocks If the data to be secured isn t a multiple of 8 bytes, then padding bytes, usually zeros, have to be added to the end to make the data come out to an even number of 8-byte blocks The PCNTR says how many bytes must be added to the end of the data to make it simpatico with the algorithm(s) used to process it Without PCNTR, we wouldn t know where the real data stopped and the padding began Yes, that s right, the real message could end in a bunch of zeros
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Redundancy Check (RC), Cryptographic Checksum (CC), or Digital Signature (DS)
This field is used to ensure that the SMS wasn t changed along the way from the application server to the SIM and, in the case of DS, to authenticate its source The length of the field depends on the particular cryptographic algorithm used to compute it and thus is determined by the coding of KID As you can see, there aren t a whole lot of different algorithms called out by KID, so the usual case is algorithm known implicitly by both entities
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