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Jacob Y Wong, Roy L Anderson: System for secured credit card transactions on the internet. Jaesent, Lyon & Lyon, September 21, 1999: US05956699 (435 worldwide citation)

A method for providing secure credit card transactions over the Internet generates a personal charge number from a user account number by inserting a user key into the user account number in accordance with an algorithm that uses a user insertion key and a permutation variable. After the personal ch ...


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Gongling Li: Secure credit card having daily changed security number. Lawrence Y D Ho & Associates, May 30, 2006: US07051929 (228 worldwide citation)

A secure credit card having daily changing security number is disclosed. The upper half portion of the secure credit card has a magnet strip and its thickness is same as a normal credit card, so it can be read by a credit-card reader. The bottom half portion of the secure credit card contains a proc ...


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Max A Quintana: Secure credit card. Max A Quintana, Robert E King, Bernard L Morgan, Alton Y Lennon, Dowell & Dowell, May 19, 1987: US04667087 (217 worldwide citation)

A credit card resistant to unlawful use has a code, indicative of the owner's account number hidden beneath an opaque shield. The card has a keyboard and microprocessing components electrically connected to the shield. Insertion of correct entries, e.g. an owner's personal identification number, int ...


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Edward E Kelley, Franco Motika, Paul V Motika, Eric M Motika: Secure credit card. International Business Machines Corporation, Jay H Anderson, Whitham Curtis & Christofferson P C, November 4, 2003: US06641050 (198 worldwide citation)

Credit card or portable identification cards containing smart card technology and electronic fuse (e-fuse) technology are combined with an LFSR pseudo random number generator to provide a secured method to prevent fraud and unauthorized use. Secure personalization via e-fuses, a pseudo-random number ...


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Sam Rahman, Jim Magner, John Brown, Adarsh Pun, Grant Parker: Secure credit card which prevents unauthorized transactions. John J Connors & Associates Connors, December 26, 1995: US05478994 (197 worldwide citation)

A secure credit card 10 has a body member to which is attached a microprocessor controller 14 electrically coupled a Programmable Read Only Memory (PROM) device 18 programmed with a series of random numbers in a predetermined sequence. The random numbers are identical to random numbers in a host com ...


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John D&apos Agostino: System and method for performing secure credit card purchases. Malloy & Malloy P A, November 27, 2001: US06324526 (144 worldwide citation)

A method and system of performing secure credit card purchases in the context of a remote commercial transaction, such as over the telephone, wherein only the customer, once generally deciding upon a product or service to be purchased, communicates with a custodial authorizing entity, such as a cred ...


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Edward E Kelley, Franco Motika: Secure credit card with near field communications. International Business Machines Corporation, Whitham Curtis Christofferson & Cook PC, James J Cioffi, October 31, 2006: US07128274 (98 worldwide citation)

A near field communication device included in a secure transaction card provides an addition and/or transitional communication link for communicating secure transaction information. The near field communication device may be selectively engaged or disengaged and, when engaged, either active or passi ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen: Dynamic credit card with magnetic stripe and embedded encoder and methods for using the same to provide a copy-proof credit card. Dynamics, September 14, 2010: US07793851 (63 worldwide citation)

A dynamic credit card is provided in which a secure credit card number (e.g., a secret/hidden credit card number) is encoded based on a timing signal (e.g., an internal counter) to provide a dynamic credit card number. This dynamic number may be displayed to a user via a display (e.g., so that onlin ...


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Jeffrey David Mullen: Dynamic credit card with magnetic stripe and embedded encoder and methods for using the same to provide a copy-proof credit card. Dynamics, June 7, 2011: US07954705 (57 worldwide citation)

A dynamic credit card is provided in which a secure credit card number (e.g., a secret/hidden credit card number) is encoded based on a timing signal (e.g., an internal counter) to provide a dynamic credit card number. This dynamic number may be displayed to a user via a display (e.g., so that onlin ...


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Jeffrey David Mullen: Dynamic credit card with magnetic stripe and embedded encoder and methods for using the same to provide a copy-proof credit card. Dynamics, November 9, 2010: US07828220 (51 worldwide citation)

A dynamic credit card is provided in which a secure credit card number (e.g., a secret/hidden credit card number) is encoded based on a timing signal (e.g., an internal counter) to provide a dynamic credit card number. This dynamic number may be displayed to a user via a display (e.g., so that onlin ...



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