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    IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - RULES FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER HANDLING IN INTERSECTOR ENVIRONMENTS - PIN PRESENTATION

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    Published date:  12-01-2013

    Publisher:  Comite Europeen de Normalisation

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    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Definition
    4 Abbreviations
    5 The possible processes for PIN verification
    6 Case no 1: PIN presentation for magnetic trac only cards
    7 Case no 2: ICC technology. The PIN is transmitted to
        the service provider. No command is sent by the service
        provider back to the ICC
    8 Case no 3: ICC technology. The PIN is transmitted to the
        provider. The service provider sends command(s) back to
        the ICC
    9 Case no 4: ICC technology. Off-line presentation. The
        PIN is transmitted enciphered to the ICC
    10 Case no 5: ICC technology. Off-line transaction.
        The PIN is transmitted in 'Clear Text' to the ICC
        The PIN is not enciphered between the PIN pad and the ICC
        Contacts
    11 Case no 6: ICC technology. Off-line transaction.
        The pin is enciphered between the PIN pad and the
        interface device. The PIN is transmitted in 'clear text'
        between the interface device and the ICC
    12 Case no 7: ICC technology. On-line transaction.
        The PIN is transmitted in 'clear text' to the ICC.
        The PIN is not enciphered between the PIN pad and the ICC
        contacts. The PIN, enciphered by the ICC, is transmitted
        to the service provider
    13 Case no 8: ICC technology - On-line transaction.
        The PIN is enciphered between the PIN pad and the
        interface device. The PIN is transmitted in 'clear text'
        between the interface device and the ICC. The PIN,
        enciphered by the ICC, is transmitted to the service
        provider

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    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    05/30133443 DC : DRAFT MAY 2005 CEN TS 15291 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES
    DD CEN/TS 15291 : 2006 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES
    DD ENV 1257-3:1997 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - RULES FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER HANDLING IN INTERSECTOR ENVIRONMENTS - PIN VERIFICATION
    DD ENV 1257-2:1998 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - RULES FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER HANDLING IN INTERSECTOR ENVIRONMENTS - PIN PROTECTION
    I.S. CEN/TS 15291:2006 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES
    CEN/TS 15291 : 2006 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES
    ENV 1257-2 : DRAFT 1997 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - RULES FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER HANDLING IN INTERSECTOR ENVIRONMENTS - PIN PROTECTION
    ENV 1257-3 : DRAFT 1997 IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - RULES FOR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER HANDLING IN INTERSECTOR ENVIRONMENTS - PIN VERIFICATION
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