We describe the Secure Method Invocation (SMI) framework implemented for Jason, our Javacard As Secure Objects Networks platform. Jason realises the secure object store paradigm, that reconciles the card-as-storage-element and card-as-processing-element views. In this paradigm, smart cards are viewed as secure containers for objects, whose methods can be called straightforwardly and securely using SMI. Jason is currently being developed as a middleware layer that securely interconnects an arbitrary number of smart cards, terminals and back-office systems over the Internet.
|Title of host publication||5th Int. IFIP wg 8.8 Conf. Smart card research and advanced application (CARDIS)|
|Place of Publication||Berkeley, California|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2002|
|Event||5th Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications Conference, CARDIS 2002 - San Jose, United States|
Duration: 21 Nov 2002 → 22 Nov 2002
Conference number: 5
|Conference||5th Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications Conference, CARDIS 2002|
|Abbreviated title||CARDIS 2002|
|Period||21/11/02 → 22/11/02|
Hoepman, J. H., & Brinkman, R. (2002). Secure Method Invocation in JASON. In J. L. Welch (Ed.), 5th Int. IFIP wg 8.8 Conf. Smart card research and advanced application (CARDIS) (pp. 29-40). Berkeley, California: Springer.