In its range, Selinko proposes NFC tags containing a secure chip with integral unique digital certificate (encrypted object ID card), made non-copiable by asymmetric encryption. This standard and highly secure technology (PKI) has been tried and tested for over 20 years in the banking industry. Each certificate is unique and cannot be reproduced, even by us. Our chips are Common Criteria-certified, a set of standards (ISO 15408 ) that are recognized internationally (by ANSSI in France or by the American Chamber).Common Criteria standards are required for passports, ID cards, driver’s licenses, bank cards, etc. The chips are ISO and EAL4+ certified . The chips are protected by 250 security measures, shielding them from all manner of attack (laser, temperature variation, voltage, magnetic fields, etc). In this case the chip becomes blocked and dies.
PKI stands for Public Key Infrastructure, which enables certificates to be generated (= identity card for the item). These certificates contain algorithm keys (private key for decrypting/public key for encrypting) enabling encrypted operations to be carried out. Our tag contains the public key, the private key and the certificate.
No, because they would not be able to read the certificate as the public key is encrypted.
This NFC chip is secure and it cannot be copied as it has a unique digital identity and therefore cannot be replaced too.