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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication, and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Haynes PLLC, August 17, 2004: US06779112 (16 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods for steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities. The IC device has a memory and a proces ...


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, May 30, 2006: US07055033 (5 worldwide citation)

Various embodiments pertain to an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods for steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities.


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication, and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, October 11, 2005: US06954855

Various embodiments pertain to an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods for steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities.


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes Pllc, December 16, 2004: US20040255131-A1

Various embodiments pertain to an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods for steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities.


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication, and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes Pllc, May 19, 2005: US20050108522-A1

Various embodiments pertain to an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods for steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities.