Frequently Asked Question - What is the meaning of 6E 00 when I send a command to a Smart Card
What is the meaning of 6E 00 when I send a command to a Smart Card
According to ISO 7816-4 0x6E00 means "Class not supported". The class (CLA) byte is usually 0x00, 0xA0, 0xC0 or 0xF0 and sometimes masked with 0x0C that indicates Secure Messaging on some cards. AFAIK, the only invalid CLA value is 0xFF
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Secure Element. A secure and personalised physical component added to a system to manage users rights and to host secure apps. SE typically consist of a Silicon Chip, a secure Operating System, application software and a secure protocol to communicate to the device. SE can be a removable device (such as UICC or ÂµSD for mobile devices or MIM for M2M connected machines). SE can also be components inside the system.
Home Environment. The HE of a subscriber is responsible for the overall pro- vision and control of the personal service environment to the subscriber.Â
User Equipment. The mobile unit which allows a user to access network services, connecting to the UTRAN or E-UTRAN via the radio interface. A UE can be subdivided into a Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC) and a Mo- bile Equipment (ME). See 3GPP TS21.905 Section 3.