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Ingeniería e Investigación

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MARTINEZ PABON, Francisco Orlando et al. SIM parameter-based security for mobile e-commerce settings. Ing. Investig. [online]. 2007, vol.27, n.2, pp.56-64. ISSN 0120-5609.

Security requirements are more demanding in the e-commerce domain. However, mobile e-commerce settings not only insist on security requirements, they also require balance between security levels and hardware and usability device ability. These features require designing models having simple authentication and authorisation scheme which also ensures information integrity for each e-transaction. The Mobile and Wireless Applications’ Development Interest Group W@Pcolombia thus developed the P3SIM platform so that mobile applications might include SIM parameter-based security features. The P3SIM platform’s framework and compilation and simulation settings combines the advantages of identification provided by the SIM module with the security features provided by SATSA and Java Card APIs for Java ME environments, one of the most-used platforms for mobile application development. Developing an m-commerce-based prototype not only shows the platform’s ability to operate in secure environments, it also shows its ability to comply with environmental security requirements.

Keywords : symmetrical coding; asymmetric coding; mobile e-business; digital sign; Java Card; subscriber identification module; SATSA.

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