Off-Line Generation of Limited-Use Credit Card Numbers

@inproceedings{Rubin2001OffLineGO,
  title={Off-Line Generation of Limited-Use Credit Card Numbers},
  author={Aviel D. Rubin and Rebecca N. Wright},
  booktitle={Financial Cryptography},
  year={2001}
}
Recently, some credit card companies have started to offer limited-use credit card numbers— for example, American Express’s single-use card numbers and Visa’s gift cards. Such limited-use credit cards limit the exposure of a traditional long-term credit card number, particularly in Internet transactions. These offerings employ an on-line solution, in that a credit card holder must interact with the credit card issuer in order to derive a limited-use token. In this paper, we describe a method… CONTINUE READING
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