Infineon jTOP® ID SLJ 52GCA150CL Java Card 3.0.4 150K

Infineon jTOP® ID SLJ 52GCA150CL Java Card 3.0.4 150K

  • Built on the lastest Java Card 3.0.4 Platform
  • Most currrent GlobalPlatform 2.2.1
  • High memory capacity 150K Bytes
  • Ideal for Multiple Applications
  • CC EAL 5+ Certified

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Description

jTOP® ID is a versatile platform compliant with Java Card 3.0.4 and GlobalPlatform 2.2.1, and based on Infineon’s SLE 78 security controller with Integrity Guard. This CC EAL 5+ certified controller offers full encryption of the data path – a unique feature in the market. Even within the CPU, data is only processed in encrypted form. Digital error detection over the complete data path is completed by two CPUs that continuously monitor each other’s operation.

Combined with Java Card OS, the SLE 78 offers the ultimate open platform for eGovernment and enterprise applications. It enables designers, manufacturers and other stakeholders to easily introduce tailored applications without compromising on security. This innovative platform facilitates the delivery of multiple applications such as National eID, ePassport, eSignature and eHealth Card/ eSocial Card on a single card.

Featuring the Trusted Logic operating system, this platform delivers highest security levels, compliance with international standards and the flexibility needed for smooth integration into a wide range of governmental infrastructure applications.The platform provides a defensive virtual machine and is certified CC EAL 5+ following the latest Java Card protection profile.

Features

The SLJ 52G jTOP ID platform is based on our SLE 78 security controller featuring Integrity Guard – the new standard for long lasting secure eGovernment.. These CC EAL 5+ certified controller offers full encryption of the data path – a unique feature in the market. Even within the CPU, data is only processed in encrypted form. Digital error detection over the complete data path is completed by two CPUs that continuously monitor each other’s operation.

Adaptability: With a wide range of high-performance ready-to-go applets for faster time to market and reliability.

Communications: Contactless interface according to ISO 14443 standards offering VHBR (Very High Bit Rates) with a transmission rate up to 6.8 Mbps.

Integrity Guard: This exclusive, award winning, technology is the world-leading reference for digital security. It is based on a dual-CPU core with a fully encrypted data path.  CC EAL 5+ certified: Combining the SLE 78 (CC certified EAL6+ high) and the Oracle Java Card OS, these solution is CC EAL5+ (high) and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified.

Applications

jTOP ID supports all major governmental applications such as

  • national eID
  • electronic health records (EHR)
  • electronic driver’s license
  • eHealth
  • electronic social security
  • ePassport.

The LDS and eSignature applets are compliant to the ICAO 9303, ISO/IEC 18013 and EN 14890 standards respectively and support RSA as well as Elliptic Curve based cryptography. Custom applets can be developed with the on-card debugger and rolled out using the IDE.

Specifications

ApplicationsGovernment identification
Asymmetric CryptographyECC up to 512/521-bit
– RSA up to 2048-bit
– ECC521 NIST
– MD5 and SHA2 up to 512
Elliptic-Curve CryptographySignature generation and verification Elliptic Curve DSA (ECDSA)
224 to 521-bits
CertificationsCC EAL5+ high
EEPROM150.0 kByte
InterfacesISO 7816
Leading TechnologiesIntegrity Guard
OS ProviderTrusted Logic (jTOP ID)
Product DescriptionJava Card platform
Supported StandardsGP 2.2.1; JC3.0.4
Symmetric CryptographyAES up to 256-bit; DES, 3DES
Secure Channel ProtocolSCP02
Platform Compliance– BSI TR-03110, 03105-2/3.1/3.2
– ISO 18013 part 1–4
– GlobalPlatform ID configuration 1.0
– Multiple SD, delegated management and mandated DAP
– PP JCS open configuration
– ANSSI-CC-PP-2010/03
Use Casesnational eID; ePassport; eHealth card/ eSocial card; eDrivers license; eVisa; eResidence permit; eTachograph; eVehicle registration card/ eCar registration; eSignature

Support and Downloads

Resources

Basics
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_Card

Oracle: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javacard/javacard1-139251.html

Applets

https://www.javaworld.com/article/2076450/client-side-java/how-to-write-a-java-card-applet–a-developer-s-guide.html