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Dieter Spaar has modified the shadysim.py to support the configured OTA mode on the sysmoUSIM-SJS1 (and by extension the SIM Cards issued at 31C3, the following camp and 32C3).
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h2. What is it about
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(U)SIM cards are Java capable and there is the Globalplatform that specifies standards API. SMS can
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be addressed directly to the SIM card, the SIM card will get events for network selection and others, it
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can modify call establishment attempts.
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The following will show how to build the example applet and install it on your USIM. If you create plugins
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please make them available as Free Software  and point us to them. If you find interesting Globalplatform
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APIs or hacks please talk about it.
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h2. What you will need
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* sysmoUSIM-SJS1 card
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* KIC, KID private keys of the card
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* PCSC, serial card reader or be able to send SMS to the SIM card
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* JDK to create Java1.1 bytecode to create/customize SIM Toolkit applets.
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h2. What you can read
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* [[JavaCard]] API specification (http://www.andresteder.com/static/api/simtoolkitapi/sim/toolkit/package-summary.html)
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* 3GPP sim.toolkit API (http://www.etsi.org/deliver/etsi_ts/101400_101499/101476/07.00.00_60/ts_101476v070000p.pdf). Specially setEvent is a good keyword to look at!
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h2. Building an example applet
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<pre>
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git clone git://git.osmocom.org/sim/sim-tools/
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git clone git://git.osmocom.org/sim/hello-stk
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cd hello-stk
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make
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ls -la ./build/javacard/org/toorcamp/HelloSTK/javacard/HelloSTK.cap
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</pre>
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If you have a javac in your system you have now built an example Helloworld applet.
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h2. Working with a PC/SC reader
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Make sure you have the KIC1, KIC2, KIC3 and KID1, KID2 and KID3 for your card. If you have a
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CCC Event card from 31C3 or later you should be set and for the sysmoUSIM-SJS1 be sure to buy
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the option that includes the ADM1 keys as otherwise no OTA keys will be provided to you (you will
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have to buy a new batch of cards then).
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<pre>
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#Clone if you have not done the above
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git clone git://git.osmocom.org/sim/sim-tools/
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cd sim-tools/shady-sim
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# Load the applet
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python shadysim.py --pcsc -l [[HelloSTK]].cap -i [[HelloSTK]].cap \
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          --enable-sim-toolkit --module-aid d07002ca44900101 \
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          --instance-aid d07002CA44900101 \
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          --nonvolatile-memory-required 0100 \ 
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          --volatile-memory-for-install 0100 \
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          --max-menu-entry-text 15 \
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          --max-menu-entries 05 --kic KIC1 \
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          --kid KID1
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# Delete it (it takes time)
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python shadysim.py --pcsc -d d07002CA449001 \
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          --kic KIC1 \
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          --kid KID1
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</pre>
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h2. Working with a SMPP reader
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Instead of directly interacting with the SIM through a PCSC reader the APDU is sent through SMPP. Replace
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the --pcsc call with --smpp and lines starting with SMPP are printed. These then need to be sent.
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