Downloads

Note that in order to use these applications you’ll need to have an IRMA card (at least version 0.7). For Google/LG Nexus 4 devices Android version 4.4 (KitKat) is required (older versions cause NFC communication failures).

  • IRMA Card Management (Android; tested on LG Optimus L5, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7)
    This application allows a user to manage the attributes stored on the card, inspect the transaction log and various other administrative tasks.
  • IRMA Card Proxy (Android; tested on LG Optimus L5, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7)
    This application enables a user to use an NFC-capable Android device as a card reader for on-line IRMA scenarios.
  • IRMA Verifier (Android; tested on LG Optimus L5, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7)
    This application allows a relying party to easily verify a predefined attribute. Using the settings menu the verification scenario can be selected. Separate applications are currently available which contain either the data and keys used in the pilot or those used by the demonstration cards. Note: these versions can be installed at the same time.

Updates

  • [20-11-2013] New (beta) versions of all applications. These will be used during the pilot. Moved hosting of the releases to GitHub (updated the download links accordingly).
  • [11-10-2013] Updated (alpha) versions of all appplications. Management application now also works on phones. Proxy application now uses the new proxy server method. Support for 0.8 series cards.
  • [08-05-2013] The card proxy application now has improved error handling and some bugfixes.
  • [19-04-2013] The verifier and proxy applications have been updated to support phones with lower resolutions.
  • [08-04-2013] The card management application has a new Settings page which displays the card version and offers PIN update functionality.
  • [08-04-2013] The verifier application has a Settings page which offers language and verifier configuration functionality.

Open Source

All software developed within the IRMA project is open source. The sources are available on GitHub. If you intend to develop your own IRMA application or service, you might want to take a look at the developer instructions to get started.

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