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Java on Smart Cards - Programming and Security: First International Workshop, Java Card 2000 Cannes, France, September 14, 2000 Revised Papers (Paperback, 2001 ed.) Loot Price: R1,386
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Java on Smart Cards - Programming and Security: First International Workshop, Java Card 2000 Cannes, France, September 14, 2000 Revised Papers (Paperback, 2001 ed.)

Isabelle Attali, Thomas G Jensen

Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, v. 2041

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Smart cards are playing an increasingly important role in areas such as ban- 1 king,electroniccommerce,andtelecommunications. TheJavaCard language hasbeenproposedasahigh-levellanguageforprogrammingmulti-application smartcards. Theuseofahigh-levellanguagecanfacilitatethedevelopmentand veri?cation of software for smart cards. The modest code size and the imp- tanceoftheapplicationareasimpliesthatitisbothpossibleanddesirableto developandapplyformalmethodsintheconstructionofsafeandsecureJava Cardsoftware. ThepresentvolumeconstitutestheproceedingsoftheJavaCardworkshop heldinCannes,14September2000. TheworkshopgrewoutoftheINRIAAction deRechercheCoop'erative"JavaCard"andwasorganizedincollaborationwith the Java Card Forum. A call for papers resulted in 14 submissions of which theprogramcommitteeselected11papersforpresentationattheworkshop. In addition,theworkshopfeaturedaninvitedtalkbyDanielLeM'etayer,Trusted Logic,onformalmethodsandsmartcardsecurity. WewishtothankCatherine Godest and Maryse Renaud for their help with preparing the proceedings for thisworkshop. February2001IsabelleAttali ThomasJensen 1 ItshouldbenotedthatJavaCardisatrademarkofSunMicrosystems. Organization ProgramCommittee ProgramChair: IsabelleAttali(INRIA,France) ThomasJensen(IRISA/CNRS,France) Committeemembers: ChristianGoire(BullCP8,France) SebastianHans(SunMicrosystems,USA) PieterHartel(UniversityofSouthampton,UK) PeterHoneyman(UniversityofMichigan,USA) PierreParadinas(Gemplus,France) JoachimPosegga(SAPCorporateResearch,Germany) TableofContents InvitedTalk FormalMethodsinContext:SecurityandJavaCard ...1 D. Bolignano,D. LeM'etayer,C. Loiseaux ContributedPapers ADynamicLogicfortheFormalVeri?cationofJavaCardPrograms ...6 BernhardBeckert ThePACAPPrototype:AToolforDetectingJavaCardIllegalFlow ...25 P. Bieber,J. Cazin,A. ElMarouani,P. Girard,J. -L. Lanet,V. Wiels, G. Zanon CardKt:AutomatedMulti-modalDeductiononJavaCardsfor Multi-applicationSecurity...38 RajeevGor'e,LanDuyNguyen A Programming and a Modelling Perspective on the Evaluation of Java CardImplementations...52 PieterH. Hartel,EduarddeJong SecureInternetSmartcards...73 NaomaruItoi,TomokoFukuzawa,PeterHoneyman IssuesinSmartcardMiddleware...90 RogerKehr,MichaelRohs,HaraldVogt OpenPlatfomSecurity ...98 MarcKekiche?,ForoughKashef,DavidBrewer ASimple(r)InterfaceDistributionMechanismforJavaCard ...1 14 KsheerabdhiKrishna,MichaelMontgomery AutomaticTestGenerationforJavaCardApplets ...121 HuguesMartin,LydieduBousquet FormalSpeci?cationandVeri?cationofJavaCard'sApplicationIdenti?er Class...137 JoachimvandenBerg,BartJacobs,ErikPoll X TableofContents Security on Your Hand: Secure Filesystems with a "Non-cryptographic" JAVA-Ring...151 R..udigerWeis,BastiaanBakker,StefanLucks AuthorIndex ...163 Formal Methods in Context: Security and Java Card D. Bolignano, D. Le Metayer, and C. Loiseaux Trusted Logic www. trusted-logic. fr 1. Security and Java Card: An Ideal Application Area for Formal Methods The benefits of formal methods for software engineering have been described at length in many research papers. They include among others: Better understanding and improved communication through unambiguous descriptions. Early bug detection thanks to the formalisation of specifications.

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Imprint: Springer-Verlag
Country of origin: Germany
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, v. 2041
Release date: 2001
First published: May 2001
Editors: Isabelle Attali • Thomas G Jensen
Dimensions: 233 x 155 x 9mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 176
Edition: 2001 ed.
ISBN-13: 978-3-540-42167-2
Barcode: 9783540421672
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