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Unformatted text preview: Content Card Era Magnetic Card Smart Card Open Platform ISO 7816 RFID Security & Reliability 5.0 Card Era credit cards have become part of our daily life as forms of plastic money since its first launch in 1960 a magnetic card verse a smart card 5.1 Magnetic Card composed of a layer of magnetic material for storing information easy to carry can be use for authentication what is its principles? 5.1.1 Information on Magnetic Card the stripe is 8.5cm X 1.2cm data is constructed based on ISO 7811/2 maximum 3 stripes can store around 1K bits 5.1.2 ISO Standards Based on ISO 7811 Track 1 is developed by International Air Transportation Association (IATA) which contains adaptive 6-bit alphanumerical characters Track 2 is used by American Bankers Association (ABA) which stores 4-bit numerical information containing identification number and control information. Track 3 is originated by Thrift Industry which contains information which is intended to be updated with each transaction. TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 IATA ANSI X4.16 1983 ISO 3554 ABA ANSI X4.16 1983 ISO 3554 THRIFT ANSI X4.16 1983 ISO 3554 0.223 0.110 0.110 0.110 Track 1 SS FC PAN FS NAME FS Additional Data ES LRC Primary Acc. No. (19 digits max.) Name (26 alphanumeric characters max.) Exipiry Date 4 Restriction or Type 3 Offset or PVN 5 Discretionary Data Track 2 FC SS PAN FS Additional Data ES LRC Primary Acc. No. (19 digits max.) Exipiry Date 4 Restriction or Type 3 Offset or PVN 5 Discretionary Data SS Start Sentinel % Format Code FS Field Seperator { ES End Sentinel ? LRC Longitudinal Redundany Code FC SS Start Sentinel ; Format Code FS Field Seperator = ES End Sentinel ? LRC Longitudinal Redundany Code 3.250 FC Magnetic stripe Content of Financial Cards 5.1.3 Capacity Track Record density bits/inch Capacity 1 210 79 (7 bits/char.) 2 75 40 (5 bits/char.) 3 210 107 (5 bits/char) 5.1.4 Fraud card activities Stealing A legal card may be stolen and used in ATMs or EPOSs. Altering and re-embossing a genuine card, that is modifying the visual features of card. Skimming or altering the original electronic data stored on the magnetic stripe, for example the expire date or the credit limit. Buffering or re-encoding the original data to the magnetic card. This technique is commonly used in producing card counterfeits of store-value ticket. Copying of data from a genuine card to another in an on-line fashion white plastic fraud Counterfeiting color plastic fraud may be prepared by reading another legal card and encoding the same information onto another fraud card in an off-line fashion. Valid Card Fraud Card 5.1.5 Design of card protection technologies Validation by Appearance this is a visual mean to protect against illegal duplication of plastic card. The aim is to make the appearance of card so unique and difficult to duplicate that shopkeepers or card handlers can identify the genuine card instantly....
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course EE EE4215 taught by Professor Drcheng during the Winter '11 term at City University of Hong Kong.

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