Integration of Biometric authentication procedure in customer oriented payment system in trusted mobile devices.

  title={Integration of Biometric authentication procedure in customer oriented payment system in trusted mobile devices.},
  author={Vibha Kaw Raina},
  journal={International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science},
  • V. K. Raina
  • Published 31 December 2011
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science
Mobile payments have become an important application in daily activities. The unique advantage of mobile payments over traditional payments has led to tremendous growth of mobile phones. The strong demand of mobile applications raised increased concern on the security of mobile applications as well as devices. New mobile devices are developed to serve various functions like storing sensitive information, accessing this information as well transacting this information through payment systems. In… 

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