Hi I am working on FIDO UAF on android side
I have question.How to communication FIDO ASM and Authenticator Specifically.
Android RP Client <-> FIDO Client <-> FIDO ASM <-> Authenticator
i = new Intent("org.fidoalliance.intent.FIDO_OPERATION");
I have question.How to communication FIDO ASM and Authenticator Specifically
Do you have Recommend method.
getting this error in Registration Response
Testcase Reg-Req/Auth-Req (OK): All fields in the Registration/Authentication response follow the spec
Testcase Reg/Auth-Resp-4-P-2 (OK): Challenge value matches between the Request and Response
Testcase Reg-Resp-5-P-5 (OK): Assertion scheme matches UAFV1TLV
Testcase Reg-Resp-5-P-2 (OK): 'assertion' string length is correctly less than 4096
Testcase Reg-Resp-P-I (OK): TLV parsed successfully
Testcase Reg-Resp-7-P-9 (OK): Metadata corresponding to the AAID "EBA0#0001" loaded
Testcase Reg-Resp-P-I (OK): AttestationMode Mode is set to 15879
Testcase Reg-Resp-7-P-16 (OK): Certificate Chain validation succeeded
Testcase Reg-Resp-7-P-15 (OK): Computed hash of the FinalChallenge and what is in the assertion match
Testcase Reg-Resp-7-P-16 (OK): Attestation is Basic and the rootCert is found, which is right
Testcase Reg/Auth-Resp-7-F-29:RegistrationResponse - signature verification failed
Internal Ref #: sJDaCd8ijUBa7gSX8YWh56
Hi @sumitpal0_twitter ,
In my case I need to put user authentication i.e fingerprint or password in my app itself rather than using system password and also I have seen that there are some pre defined Assert keys. I need to know how that works could i change that or it would be same.
What do you meaning with “I need to put user authentication in my app itself rather than using system password”? Do you want to develop a FIDO ASM?
Hi, i work with Galuxy S6. And after i did the "Consent" part, my page didn't go the the "authenticate, transaction, and dereg" page. Do you know why this happend?
Do I not have to register fingerprints in this application?
I thought I had to register fingerprints separately in this application. However, when I actually implemented the application, this uses the fingerprints registered in the configuration of the mobile phone itself.