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Kelley Edward, Motika Franco, Ruffing Kim: Secure credit card adapter. Ibm, kangjian feng, January 16, 2008: CN200680002737

A secure card adapter provides for writing of highly secure, single transaction information on a machine-readable medium of a card structure in accordance with a format that may be downloaded from an external data source. The card structure may be, for example, an existing access authorization card ...


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Engelbrecht Bo K: Apparatus and method for secure credit card processing infrastructure. Runtime, September 5, 2007: EP1828866-A1

The present invention relates to an apparatus and a method for secure value transactions between a customer and a merchant in a computerised environment being part of a global interconnecting network, such as the Internet. The method is adapted for utilising existing credit card processing infrastru ...


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Kelley Edward, Motika Franco: Secure credit card employing pseudo-random bit sequences for authentication. Ibm, January 17, 2007: EP1743240-A1

A secure credit card has a pair of linear feedback shift registers (LFSRs) for generating a pair of random numbers. The LFSRs each have a unique initial state and feedback tap configuration. Hence, they each produce a unique sequence of numbers. When a financial transaction occurs, the LFSRs are ope ...


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Woronec John S: Secure credit card and method and apparatus for utilizing the same. Woronec John S, June 18, 2008: EP1932092-A1

A secure credit card and a method of use of the same is shown. A transactional processing system using the method and the secure credit card of the present invention is also shown. The secure credit card has a first group of numbers or symbols which identify a user, and a second group of numbers or ...


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Webb Steven L: A method for secure credit card entry into an online database. Hewlett Packard Co, September 4, 2002: GB2372856-A

A method for more securely entering credit card numbers into online databases.


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Edward E Kelley, Franco Motika: Secure Credit Card with Near Field Communications. Whitham Curtis & Christofferson PC, November 30, 2006: US20060266822-A1

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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Timothy Gerard Endres, Mark H Schwartz: Method to secure credit card information stored electronically. Timothy G Endres, December 14, 2006: US20060282372-A1

A method by which merchants who store sensitive credit card information can secure the information from theft, while minimizing the impact on the customer, as well as minimizing the cost of implementation. The merchant uses a special secured record for the storage of the credit card information for ...


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John S Woronec: Secure credit card and method and apparatus for utilizing the same. Marshall & Melhorn, March 15, 2007: US20070057037-A1

A secure credit card and a method of use of the same is shown. A transactional processing system using the method and the secure credit card of the present invention is also shown. The secure credit card has a first group of numbers or symbols which identify a user, and a second group of numbers or ...


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Vikram Bhambri, Susan Moore Warren, Matthew D Hempey, Raj Biyani, Sean Nolan: Extended Data Collection For Multi-Merchant Purchasing Environment For Downloadable Products. Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, January 25, 2007: US20070022017-A1

A multi-merchant purchasing system is configured to identify downloadable products selected by a user for purchase. The identified downloadable products are offered by multiple merchants. The multi-merchant purchasing system enables the user to purchase all of the downloadable products in a single t ...


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Hong Heather Yu, Xiangyang Kong, Alex Gelman: Transparent secure electronic credit card transaction protocol with content-based authentication. Harnes Dickey & Pierce, July 18, 2002: US20020095388-A1

A secure credit card transaction method and system operates when a buyer wishes to purchase goods or services using a computer from a web site that is hosted by a server. The credit card transaction method and system embeds a signature in a credit card image on the computer. A first public key is us ...