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= GRcard SIM =
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The GRcard SIM is a programmable GSM SIM card.
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It uses a mixture of TS11.11 / ISO7816-4 and proprietary commands for programming
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== Command reference ==
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To understand this reference, it is assumed that you are familiar with basic knowledge on smartcard
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technologies, such as standard ISO 7816-3/-4 APDUs and GSM TS 11.11.
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=== Setting the ICCID ===
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Uses a standard UPDATE BINARY (D6) command on the EF.ICCID (2FE2)
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Security: ADM2
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=== Setting the IMSI ===
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Uses a standard UPDATE BINARY (D6) command on the EF.IMSI (7F20/6F07)
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Security: ADM2
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=== Setting the Access Class ===
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Uses a standard UPDATE BINARY (D6) command on the EF.ACC (7F20/6F78)
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Security: ADM2
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=== Setting the SMS Parameters ===
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Uses a standard UPDATE RECORD (DC) command on the EF.SMS (7F10/6F42)
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Security: ADM2
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=== Setting the A3/A8 algorithm ===
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Uses a standard UPDATE RECORD (DC) command on the non-standard (2700/6F70) EF
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The record has a size of 1 byte and is defined as follows:
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 * 01 - COMP128v1
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 * 02 - COMP128v2
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 * 03 - COMP128v3
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Security: ADM2
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=== Setting the Ki ===
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Uses a non-standard APDU {{{80 D4 02 00 10}}}, followed by 16 bytes of Ki
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Security: Unknown
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=== Setting the PIN1 and PUK1 ===
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Uses a non-standard APDU {{{80 D4 00 01 10}}} followed by 8 bytes of PIN1 and 8 bytes of PUK1
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=== Setting the PIN2 and PUK2 ===
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Uses a non-standard APDU {{{80 D4 00 02 10}}} followed by 8 bytes of PIN1 and 8 bytes of PUK1
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=== Setting the ADM1 + AUK1 ===
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Uses a non-standard APDU {{{80 D4 01 04 12 03 00}}} followed by 8 bytes of ADM1 and 8 bytes of AUK1
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=== Setting the ADM2 + AUK2 ===
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Uses a non-standard APDU {{{80 D4 01 05 12 03 00}}} followed by 8 bytes of ADM2 and 8 bytes of AUK2
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=== Create File ===
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Uess a non-standard APDU {{{80 CF 00 P2 LEN FID SIZE OPT1 ACC OPT2}}}, specified as follows:
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 * Parameter P2:
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  * 00: Create DF
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  * 01: Create linear record EF
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  * 02: Create transparent EF
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  * 03: Create cyclic record EF
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 * FID: The 2 byte File ID
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 * OPT1: Always {{{0100}}}
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 * ACC: Access conditions, According to TS 11.11, Section 9.3 
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 * OPT2: Always {{{FF}}}
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In case a Directory is created, OPT1, ACC and OPT2 are replaced with 8-bytes all-zero {{{00000000000000}}}
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