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Computerized password verification system and method for ATM transactions

@inproceedings{K2004ComputerizedPV,
  title={Computerized password verification system and method for ATM transactions},
  author={罗纳德·K.·鲁西科夫},
  year={2004}
}
The present invention relates to a computer system and associated cryptographic checksum method for forcing the transaction in the user ATM cash withdrawal or other terminal identification and reporting imposed caution. System of the invention using conventional ATM hardware, including a card reader, keypad and display, and the required transaction processing related operations and communications software, and further comprising receiving a transaction password (TAP) to generate and display the… 

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