CPU cards are the highest-end smart cards available, and can be considered the smart card of smart cards, and there are many models, of which the Philips CPU card is one. The system upgrade allows operators to easily improve card security without reissuing cards.
Philips CPU cards
The high security of the Philips CPU card is a core benefit of MIFARE Plus. It uses 128-bit key length AES authentication and encryption algorithms. Also, Philips CPU Philips includes a range of other security features, such as Philips CPU while using random card serial numbers (RIDs) globally unique 7-byte serial numbers (UIDs) that can be used to protect the users information from being decrypted by others.
Philips CPU card features.
Philips M1 card in full
Philips CPU card can be compatible with M1 series chip cards, higher security
The world is widely used, has become a contactless IC implicit standard card. 2008 German school announced decryption M in order to cope with the traditional, 1 series card M considering the compatibility of system upgrades, 1 card decryption caused by security issues, the launch of a new generation of contactless smart CPU card. Philips high security requirements for access control systems and payment systems CPU card is undoubtedly a breakthrough in security and performance. Philips CPU card than the traditional M1 card, IC card series security, CPU card compatible with M is worth mentioning that Philips CPU the card with new technology compatible with NFC, the new standard for future mobile payments.
Philips CPU card parameters.
1, compatible with MIFARE Mini, MIFARE 1K, MIFARE 4K.
2, storage structure and MIFARE 4K same (sector, block).
Access conditions can be configured at will.
4. support for ISOIEC 14443-A unique serial number (4 or 7 bytes) support for any randomness ID; multi-zone authentication, multiple read and write.
5. keys can be stored as MIFARE CRYPTO1 keys (2 x 48-bit sectors) or AES keys (2 x 128-bit sectors).
6. fully virtual card concept.
7. relay attack checking.
8. communication rates up to 848 Kbits.
9. Individual write operations typically 200,000; passes CC EAL4+.