SATSA (JSR 177) is a relatively new standard intended to provide a Java ME platform access to secure storage and cryptographic operations provided by a security element. SATSA Part 1 introduced concepts, communication APIs and reference implementation. This Part 2 of SATSA article covers the security APIs in detail, including use-cases and code examples. These two articles will become your definitive reference on all things SATSA.
- The Security and Trust Services API for J2ME, Part 1
- The Security and Trust Services API (SATSA) for J2ME, Part 2: The Security APIs