Certification Report ANSSI-CC-2010/33 CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5

Certification Report ANSSI-CC-2010/33 CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5
PREMIER MINISTRE
General Secretariat for Defence and National Security
French Network and Information Security Agency
Certification Report ANSSI-CC-2010/33
CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on
SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5
ICAO BAC application
Paris, 9th June 2010
Courtesy Translation
Certification report ANSSI-CC-2010/33
CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5
Warning
This report is designed to provide sponsors with a document enabling them to assess the
security level of a product under the conditions of use and operation defined in this report for
the evaluated version. It is also designed to provide the potential purchaser of the product with
the conditions under which he may operate or use the product so as to meet the conditions of
use for which the product has been evaluated and certified; that is why this certification report
must be read alongside the evaluated user and administration guidance, as well as with the
product security target, which presents threats, environmental assumptions and the supposed
conditions of use so that the user can judge for himself whether the product meets his needs in
terms of security objectives.
Certification does not, however, constitute a recommendation product from ANSSI (French
Network and Information Security Agency), and does not guarantee that the certified product
is totally free of all exploitable vulnerabilities.
Any correspondence about this report has to be addressed to:
Secrétariat Général de la Défense et de la Sécurité Nationale
Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information
Centre de certification
51, boulevard de la Tour Maubourg
75700 PARIS cedex 07 SP
France
[email protected]
Reproduction of this document without any change or cut is authorised.
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Certification report reference
ANSSI-CC-2010/33
Product name
CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B)
Product reference, version
IDEAL/ST23YR80/1.4.5, Version 1.4.5
Protection profile conformity
[PP BAC]
Machine Readable Travel Document with “ICAO
Application”, Basic Access Control, version 1.10
Evaluation criteria and version
Common Criteria version 3.1
Evaluation level
EAL 4 augmented
ADV_FSP.5, ADV_INT.2, ADV_TDS.4, ALC_CMS.5, ALC_DVS.2, ALC_TAT.2,
ATE_DPT.3
Developers
SAGEM Sécurité
ST Microelectronics
Etablissement d’Osny, 18 Chaussée Jules
César, 95520 Osny, France
29 Boulevard Romain Rolland, 75669 Paris
cedex 14, France
Sponsor
SAGEM Sécurité
Etablissement d’Osny, 18 Chaussée Jules César, 95520 Osny, France
Evaluation facility
CEA - LETI
17 rue des martyrs, 38054 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
Phone: +33 (0)4 38 78 40 87, email : [email protected]
Recognition arrangements
CCRA
SOG-IS
The product is recognised at EAL4 level.
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Introduction
The Certification
Security certification for information technology products and systems is governed by decree
number 2002-535 dated April, 18th 2002, and published in the "Journal Officiel de la
République Française". This decree stipulates that:
• The French Network and Information Security Agency draws up certification
reports. These reports indicate the features of the proposed security targets. They may
include any warnings that the authors feel the need to mention for security reasons.
They may or may not be transmitted to third parties or made public, as the sponsors
desire (article 7).
•
The certificates issued by the Prime Minister certify that the copies of the products or
systems submitted for evaluation fulfil the specified security features. They also
certify that the evaluations have been carried out in compliance with applicable rules
and standards, with the required degrees of skill and impartiality (article 8).
The procedures are available on the Internet site www.ssi.gouv.fr.
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Content
1.
THE PRODUCT ........................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.
PRESENTATION OF THE PRODUCT........................................................................................... 7
1.2.
EVALUATED PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................... 7
1.2.1.
Product identification.................................................................................................... 7
1.2.2.
Security services............................................................................................................ 8
1.2.3.
Architecture................................................................................................................... 8
1.2.4.
Life cycle ..................................................................................................................... 10
1.2.5.
Evaluated configuration.............................................................................................. 11
2.
THE EVALUATION.................................................................................................................. 12
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
3.
EVALUATION REFERENTIAL ................................................................................................. 12
EVALUATION WORK ............................................................................................................. 12
CRYPTOGRAPHIC MECHANISMS ROBUSTNESS ANALYSIS..................................................... 12
RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR ANALYSIS .......................................................................... 13
CERTIFICATION...................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.
CONCLUSION ........................................................................................................................ 14
3.2.
RESTRICTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 14
3.3.
RECOGNITION OF THE CERTIFICATE ..................................................................................... 14
3.3.1.
European recognition (SOG-IS).................................................................................. 14
3.3.2.
International common criteria recognition (CCRA) ................................................... 15
ANNEX 1.
EVALUATION LEVEL OF THE PRODUCT.......................................................... 16
ANNEX 2.
EVALUATED PRODUCT REFERENCES .............................................................. 17
ANNEX 3.
CERTIFICATION REFERENCES ........................................................................... 19
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1. The product
1.1.
Presentation of the product
The evaluated product is the « CC IDeal Citiz smartcard (on SB23YR80B),
IDEAL/ST23YR80/1.4.5, Version 1.4.5 » developed by SAGEM Sécurité and ST
Microelectronics.
The evaluated product is a dual smartcard (contact and contactless). It is composed of:
- three applications :
o the AIP application which performs the pre-personalization and the
personalization operations of the smartcard. This application is not accessible
once in Operational Use phase,
o the ICAO application which implements the machine readable travel document
features and which may be instantiated several times on the product,
o the IAS (Identity Authentication Signature) application which allows to
generate, destroy and load keys to generate digital signature.
- and an opened JacaCard System which allows to load applets on the product during its
Operational Use phase.
1.2.
Evaluated product description
The security target [ST] defines the evaluated product, its evaluated security functionalities
and its operational environment.
The security target is strictly conformant to the [PP BAC] protection profile. Thus this
evaluation has only considered the ICAO BAC application.
1.2.1. Product identification
The configuration list [CONF] identifies the product’s constituent elements.
The certified version of the product can be identified by the following elements:
- product’s name and version : CC Ideal Citiz, version 1.4.5;
- microcontroller’s name and version: SB23YR80B;
- commercial reference (SAGEM) : IDEAL/ST23YR80/1.4.5;
- whole
embedded
software
reference
(SAGEM
OFFICIEL_IDEAL_ST23YR80_1_4_50;
- ST Microelectronics reference: SB23YR80 QPX (masked chip).
ORGA)
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The certified version of the product can be verified:
- in contact mode:
o by the following T3 to T11 bytes of the 15 historical bytes of the ATR1 :
« 49 44 65 61 6C 5F 31 2E 34 » in hexadecimal => « IDeal 1.5 »;
o or by 8th and 9th bytes of the CPLC2 (obtained after opening the BAC, in
secure messaging mode, with the GET DATA command with the tag
« 9F7F »):
« 14 50 » =>« 1.4.5 » ;
- in contactless mode:
o by the following 3rd et 4th bytes of the ATQB3 :
« 14 50 » => « 1.4.5 » ;
o or by 8th and 9th bytes of the CPLC (this reading is conditioned to a card’s
parameter)
« 14 50 » =>« 1.4.5 ».
1.2.2. Security services
The TOE provides mainly the following evaluated security services:
- protection of integrity of the holder’s stored data: issuing state or organization, travel
document number, expiration date, holder’s name, nationality, birth date, sex, holder’s
face portrait, other optional data, additional biometric data and several other pieces of
data for managing the security of the document,
- authentication between the travel document holder and the inspection system prior to
any border control by the Basic Access Control mechanism,
- protection of integrity and confidentiality of data read by secure messaging.
1.2.3. Architecture
The product consists of
- the SB23YR80B microcontroller, developed and produced by ST Microelectronics ;
- software parts, developed by SAGEM Sécurité, which CVS reference is
OFFICIEL_IDEAL_ST23YR80_1_4_00, masked in the microcontroller’s ROM,
composed of:
o the OPUCE operating system;
o the HAL hardware abstract layer;
o the JacaCard System;
o the AIP card initialization and personalization application;
o and the IAS and ICAO applications ;
- the IAS application patch, version 5.0, developed by SAGEM Sécurité, loaded into the
microcontroller’s EEPROM.
The TOE is the ICAO Application, together with the functions/services provided by the
operating system and the microcontroller IC required to support the applet functionalities.
1
Answer To Reset
Card Production Life Cycle
3
Answer to reQuest type B
2
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AIP Data
ICAO Data
IAS Data 1
IAS Data n
AIP Instance
ICAO instance
IAS
instance 1
IAS
instance n
AIP application
ICAO application
IAS application
JCS
(VM JCRE )
Application manager
AIP Specific
ICAO specific
VGP
IAS Specific
Operating System
Operating System
HAL
Deactivated in user phase
TOE
The evaluation facility verified the isolation between the various applications, notably
between those in the TOE with those not included in the TOE. The evaluation facility verified
that a Java applet could only access to its own data and not to those belonging to another
applet.
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1.2.4. Life cycle
The product’s life cycle is organised as follow:
Phase 1 Step 1
Development
SAGEM (Osny)
Patch development
Step 2
IC design and dedicated
software development
STM (Rousset,
Singapour, Zaventem)
Step 3
STM (Rousset)
DPE Agrape
DPE Tokyo
Manufacturing
Phase 2
Personalization
Embedded software
development
STM (Rousset)
Integration
Photomask fabrication
IC manufacturing, test and
possible pre personalization
-
Step 4
IC packaging and initialization
Step 5
Phase 3
IC pre-personalization:
Create application/
Create LDS File System
Step 6
Personalization
Legend
Step 7
Usage
Phase 4
Usage
End of life
Trusted delivery and
verification procedures
Delivery supposed to
be done within
secure environment
Patch loading is protected by the AIP application.
The embedded software has been developed on the following site:
SAGEM Sécurité - Etablissement d’Osny
18 Chaussée Jules César
95520 Osny
France
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The microcontroller development sites are identified in the [2010/02] certification report.
1.2.5. Evaluated configuration
The certificate applies to the opened configuration of this product (applets can be loaded on
the product in operational phase, phase 7).
The product tested by the evaluation facility is typical to the final product.
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2. The evaluation
2.1.
Evaluation referential
The evaluation has been performed in compliance with Common Criteria version 3.1 [CC],
with the Common Evaluation Methodology [CEM], and with the following interpretation:
- the ATE_DPT.2 assurance component has been replaced by the ATE_DPT.1
assurance component at the EAL4 level in the third revision of the Common Criteria
version 3.1 (published after the beginning of this evaluation).
In order to meet the specificities of smart cards, the [CC AP] and [COMP] guides have been
applied.
2.2.
Evaluation work
The evaluation has been performed according to the composition scheme as defined in the
guide [COMP] in order to assess that no weakness comes from the integration of the software
in the microcontroller already certified.
Therefore, the results of the evaluation of the microcontroller “SB23YR80B with Neslib
version 3.0” at EAL6 level augmented with ALC_FLR.1, compliant with the [PP0035]
protection profile, have been used. This microcontroller has been certified the 10 February
2010 under the reference ANSSI-CC-2010/02 ([2010/02]).. The maintenance report ANSSI2010/02-M01 ([2010/02-M01]) has also been issued the 19th March 2010 for this product.
The evaluation relies on the evaluation results of the « CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on
SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5” product, compliant with the [PP BAC], certified the 9th April
2010 under the reference ANSSI-CC-2010/18 ([2010/18]).
The evaluation technical report [ETR], delivered to ANSSI the 3rd June 2010, provides details
on the work performed by the evaluation facility and assesses that all evaluation tasks are
“pass”.
2.3.
Cryptographic mechanisms robustness analysis
The robustness of cryptographic mechanisms has been analysed by ANSSI according to
[REF-CRY]. The results are stated in the cryptographic analysis report [ANA-CRY]
This analysis report established that the analysed mechanisms are not compliant to the
requirements defined in ANSSI cryptographic referential [REF-CRY], due to cryptographic
weakness of the ICAO specification which the developer has to comply with.
Those results have been taken into account in the evaluator independent vulnerability analysis
and had not leaded to the identification of exploitable vulnerability for the aimed AVA_VAN
level.
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Random number generator analysis
The random number generator used by this product is the one provided by the microcontroller
(see [2010/02] certification report).
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3. Certification
3.1.
Conclusion
The evaluation was carried out according to the current rules and standards, with the required
competency and impartiality of a licensed evaluation facility. All the work performed permits
the release of a certificate in conformance with the decree 2002-535.
This certificate testifies that the “CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5”
submitted for evaluation fulfils the security features specified in its security target [ST] for the
evaluation level EAL 4 augmented.
3.2.
Restrictions
This certificate only applies on the product specified in chapter 1.2 of this certification report.
The user of the certified product shall respect the security objectives for the operational
environment specified in the security target [ST] at the 4.2 and 4.3 chapters, and shall respect
the recommendations in the guidance [GUIDES].
3.3.
Recognition of the certificate
3.3.1. European recognition (SOG-IS)
This certificate is released in accordance with the provisions of the SOG-IS agreement [SOGIS].
The European Recognition Agreement made by SOG-IS in 2010 allows recognition from
Signatory States of the agreement1, of ITSEC and Common Criteria certificates. The
European recognition is applicable, for smart cards and similar devices, up to ITSEC E6 High
and CC EAL7 levels. The certificates that are recognized in the agreement scope are released
with the following marking:
1 The signatory countries of the SOG-IS agreement are: Finland, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway,
Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.
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3.3.2. International common criteria recognition (CCRA)
This certificate is released in accordance with the provisions of the CCRA [CC RA].
The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement allows the recognition, by signatory
countries1, of the Common Criteria certificates. The mutual recognition is applicable up to the
assurance components of CC EAL4 level and also to ALC_FLR family. The certificates that
are recognized in the agreement scope are released with the following marking:
1 The signatory countries of the CCRA arrangement are: Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia,
Netherlands, New-Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the
United States of America.
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Annex 1. Evaluation level of the product
Class
Family
Components by assurance level Assurance level of the product
EAL EAL EAL EAL EAL EAL EAL EAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
4+
ADV_ARC
ADV_FSP
ADV
Development
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
5
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
3
2
Well-structured internals
1
1
ADV_IMP
ADV_INT
ADV_SPM
ADV_TDS
AGD
Guidance
ALC
Life-cycle
support
3
4
5
6
4
Semiformal modular design
AGD_OPE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Operational user guidance
AGD_PRE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Preparative procedures
ALC_CMC
1
2
3
4
4
5
5
4
ALC_CMS
1
2
3
4
5
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Delivery procedures
1
1
1
2
2
2
Sufficiency of security measures
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
3
2
ALC_DEL
ALC_DVS
Developer defined life-cycle
model
Compliance with
implementation standards
ASE_CCL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Conformance claims
ASE_ECD
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Extended components definition
ASE_INT
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ST introduction
ASE_OBJ
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Security objectives
ASE_REQ
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Derived security requirements
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Security problem definition
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TOE summary specification
1
2
2
2
3
3
2
Analysis of coverage
1
2
3
3
4
3
Testing: modular design
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
Functional testing
ASE_TSS
1
ATE_COV
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Production support, acceptance
procedures and automation
Development tools CM
coverage e
ALC_FLR
ASE_SPD
AVA
Vulnerability
assessment
Complete semi-formal
functional specification with
additional error information
Implementation representation
of the TSF
2
ALC_TAT
ATE
Tests
Security architecture description
1
ALC_LCD
ASE
Security
Target
Evaluation
Name of the component
ATE_DPT
ATE_FUN
ATE_IND
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
Independent testing: sample
AVA_VAN
1
2
2
3
4
5
5
3
Focused vulnerability analysis
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Annex 2. Evaluated product references
[ST]
Reference security target for the evaluation:
- « Common Criteria Security Target - Machine Readable Travel
Document – Basic Access Control – CC IDeal Citiz », reference
SSE-0000067233, revision 08,
For the needs of publication, the following security target has been
provided and validated in the evaluation:
- « Common Criteria Security Target Lite - Machine Readable
Travel Document – Basic Access Control – CC IDeal Citiz »,
reference SSE-0000078619, revision 04.
[ETR]
Evaluation technical report :
- « Réévaluation EOS - Rapport Technique d’Evaluation »,
reference LETI.CESTI.EOS.RTE.002, edition 3.2.
[ANA-CRY] « Cotation de mécanismes cryptographiques- Qualification EOS »,
n° 805/ANSSI/ACE/LCC du 2 avril 2010.
[CONF]
« IDEAL_– Software Release Sheet – V1.4.50», reference SSE0000075528, revision 19.
[GUIDES]
Installation guidance:
- «« IDEAL 1.4 procédure d’installation », reference SSE0000076822, version 02,
Administration guidance:
- « ICAO Application Pre-personalization manual - Project : CC
Ideal Pass », reference SSE-0000074722, version 02,
- « IDEAL IAS ECC Personalization Guidance », reference SSE0000064845, version 02,
- « ICAO Application Personalization manual - Project : CC Ideal
Pass », reference SSE-0000074723, version 04,
User guidance:
- « ICAO Application User manual - Project : CC Ideal Pass »,
reference SSE-0000074862, version 01,
- « IDEAL IAS ECC Operational User Guidance », reference
SSE-0000065958, version 01.
[PP BAC]
Protection Profile - Machine Readable Travel Document with “ICAO
Application”, Basic Access Control, version 1.10, 25th March 2009.
Certified by BSI (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik)
under the reference BSI-CC-PP-0055-2009.
[PP0035]
Protection Profile, Security IC Platform Protection Profile Version 1.0
June 2007. Certified by BSI (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der
Informationstechnik) under the reference BSI-PP-0035-2007.
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[2010/02]
Certification report ANSSI-CC-2010/02, issued the 10th February 2010
for the “SA23YR48/80B and SB23YR48/80B, secured microcontrollers
including the cryptographic libray NesLib v2.0 or v3.0 in SA or SB
configuration”.
[2010/02M01]
Maintenance report ANSSI-2010/02-M01, issued the 19th March 2010,
related to the ANSSI-CC-2010/02 certificate.
[2010/18]
Certification report ANSSI-CC-2010/18, issued the 9th April 2010 for
the “CC IDeal Citiz SmartCard (on SB23YR80B), version 1.4.5 – ICAO
BAC application”.
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Annex 3. Certification references
Decree number 2002-535 dated 18th April 2002 related to the security evaluations and
certifications for information technology products and systems.
[CER/P/01] Procedure CER/P/01 - Certification of the security provided by IT
products and systems, DCSSI.
[CC]
Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation :
Part 1: Introduction and general model,
September 2006, version 3.1, revision 1, ref CCMB-2006-09-001,
Part 2: Security functional components,
September 2007, version 3.1, revision 2, ref CCMB-2007-09-002,
Part 3: Security assurance components,
September 2007, version 3.1, revision 2, ref CCMB-2007-09-003.
[CEM]
Common Methodology for Information Technology Security Evaluation :
Evaluation Methodology,
September 2007, version 3.1, revision 2, ref CCMB-2007-09-004.
[CC AP]
Common Criteria Supporting Document - Mandatory Technical
Document - Application of attack potential to smart-cards, reference
CCDB-2009-03-001 version 2.7 revision 1, March 2009
[COMP]
Common Criteria Supporting Document - Mandatory Technical
Document - Composite product evaluation for smart cards and similar
devices, reference CCDB-2007-09-001 version 1.0, revision 1, September
2007.
[CC RA]
Arrangement on the Recognition of Common criteria certificates in the
field of information Technology Security, May 2000.
[SOG-IS]
« Mutual Recognition Agreement of Information Technology Security
Evaluation Certificates », version 3.0, 8 Janvier 2010, Management
Committee.
[REF-CRY] Cryptographic mechanisms - Rules and recommendations about the
choice and parameters sizes of cryptographic mechanisms with standard
robustness level version 1.11, 24th of October 2008, see www.ssi.gouv.fr
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