Smart card Gemalto IDPrime 3940 FIDOCode: 10-43-063-FIDO
over 300 EUR
Product detailed description
SafeNet IDPrime 3940 Smart Cards are secured with both RSA up to 4096 and Elliptic curves algorithms up to 521 bits, and address a range of use cases that require PKI security, including secure access, email encryption, secure data storage, digital signatures and secure online transactions for end users. SafeNet IDPrime 3940 is CC EAL5+ / PP Java Card certified for the Java platform and CC EAL5+ / PP QSCD certified for the combination of Java platform and PKI applet. SafeNet IDPrime 3940 is qualified by the French ANSSI and is qualified according to the eIDAS regulations for both the eSignature and the eSeal applications.
SafeNet IDPrime cards are multi-application smart cards, meaning they can have optional onboard applets for various functions. An MPCOS applet can be added to provide both e-purse and data management services.
|Supported operating||Windows, MAC, Linux|
|Middleware:||SafeNet Authentication Client (SAC)|
|BaseCSP minidriver (SafeNet minidriver)
Global Platform 2.2.1
Java Card 3.0.4
ISO 7816 and ISO 14443
|Encryption algorithms:||RSA: up to RSA 4096 bits, RSA OAEP & RSA PSS
P-256 bits ECDSA, ECDH. P-384 & P-521bits ECDSA, ECDH are available via a custom configuration,
On-card asymmetric key pair generation (RSA up to 4096 bits & Elliptic curves up to 521 bits)
Symmetric: AES—For secure messaging and 3DES for Microsoft Challenge/Response only
|Hash functions:||Hash: SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512|
SafeNet IDPrime 3940 is based on a 400 KB Java Flash memory chip. SafeNet IDPrime 3940 comes as standard with 20 key containers. The memory available for certificates and other applets & data in this standard configuration is 73 KB.
|Data storage in memory:||25+ Years|
|at least 500.000 cycles|
|Operating conditions:||T=0, T=1, PPS, with baud rate up to 446 Kbps at at 3.57 MZ (TA1=97h)
T=CL, ISO 14443 type A, with speed up to 848 Kbps
|Dimensions:||standard smart card|
Gemalto was an international digital security company providing software applications, secure personal devices such as smart cards and tokens, and managed services. Formed in June 2006 by the merger of two companies, Axalto and Gemplus International. Gemalto was purchased by Thales Group in April 2019 and now operating as Thales DIS (Digital Identity and Security).