CARDIS '02 Abstract
Secure Method Invocation in JASON
Richard Brinkman, University of Twente, and Jaap-Henk Hoepman, University of Nijmegen
In this paper 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.
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