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TS 102 226 (ETSI SCP)
Smart Cards –
Remote APDU structure for UICC based applications

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See also:  3GPP (CT6) TS 31.116    

The present document defines the remote management of the UICC based on any of the secured packet structures specified in TS 102 225.

It specifies the APDU format for remote management. Furthermore the present document specifies:
  • A set of commands coded according to this APDU structure and used in the remote file management on the UICC. This is based on TS 102 221.
  • A set of commands coded according to this APDU structure and used in the remote application management on the UICC. This is based on the GlobalPlatform Card Specifications.


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1 Scope    2 References    2.1 Normative references    2.2 Informative references    3 Definitions and abbreviations    3.1 Definitions    3.2 Abbreviations    4 Overview of remote management    5 Remote APDU format    5.1 Compact Remote Application data format    5.2 Expanded Remote Application data format    5.3 Automatic application data format detection    6 Security parameters assigned to applications    6.1 Minimum Security Level (MSL)    6.2 Access domain    7 Remote File Management (RFM)    7.0 RFM basic principles    7.1 Commands    7.2 UICC Shared File System Remote File Management    7.3 ADF Remote File Management    7.4 RFM implementation over HTTPS    8 Remote Application Management (RAM)    8.0 RAM basic principles    8.1 Remote application management application behaviour    8.2 Command coding and description    8.3 RAM implementation over HTTPS    9 Additional command for push    9.0 Introduction    9.1 Push command behaviour    9.2 Commands coding    9.3 Closing of the BIP channel    10 Confidential application management    10.0 Overview and basic requirements    10.1 Confidential loading    10.2 Additional application provider security    10.3 Confidential setup of Security Domains    10.4 Application personalisation in an APSD    A [N] BER-TLV tags    B RFM over HTTP Communication Flow    C Bibliography    D Change history   


1   Scope   PDF-p. 6
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations
4   Overview of remote management   PDF-p. 9
5   Remote APDU format   PDF-p. 10
6   Security parameters assigned to applications   PDF-p. 18
7   Remote File Management (RFM)
8   Remote Application Management (RAM)      Up
9   Additional command for push
10   Confidential application management
A  (Normative)   BER-TLV tags   PDF-p. 40
B   RFM over HTTP Communication Flow   PDF-p. 41
C   Bibliography   PDF-p. 43
D   Change history   PDF-p. 44      Up

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