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K  Examples of the PIN state transition on multi verification capable UICCp. 175

K.0  Contextp. 175

This Annex describes two examples of the global PIN state transition on a multi verification capable UICC.
In Figure K.1, following global PINs and ADFs are assigned in the UICC:
  • the global PIN, key reference '01', is referred to as an application PIN of ADFA in SE (Security Environment) 01;
  • the global PIN, key reference '02', is referred to as an application PIN of ADFB in SE 01;
  • the global PIN, key reference '11', is referred to as an universal PIN of both ADFs in SE 00;
  • any files under MF, highlighted area, can refer to global PINs.
Copy of original ETSI image for 3GPP TS 31.ETSI-102-221, Fig. K.1: Example of multi verification capable UICC
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K.1  PIN state transition on the single logical channelp. 175

This clause describes global PIN state transition on a single-logical-channel scenario of the UICC illustrated in Figure K.1.
The global PIN state transition contains:
  • scenario on a logical channel;
  • security status as PIN status and PIN verification state for PIN '11', '01' and '02';
  • current ADF, DF and file;
  • PIN status byte and usage qualifier for PIN '11' in PIN status DO;
  • SE (Security Environment) ID.
Table K.1: PIN state transition on the single logical channel
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K.2  PIN state transition between logical channelsp. 177

This clause describes PIN state transition on a two-logical-channels scenario of the UICC illustrated in Figure K.1.
The global PIN state transition contains:
  • scenario between two logical channels;
  • security status as PIN status and PIN verification state for PIN '11', '01' and '02';
  • on each logical channel;
  • current ADF, DF and file;
  • PIN status byte and usage qualifier for PIN '11' in PIN status DO;
  • SE (Security Environment) ID.
Table K.2: PIN state transition between logical channels
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