Protocols for secure electronic commerce by Mostafa Hashem Sherif

By Mostafa Hashem Sherif

Protocols for safe digital trade, 3rd version offers a compendium of protocols for securing digital trade, or e-commerce, in purchaser- and business-to-business purposes. getting to various digital cost structures at present in use world wide, this variation: Updates all chapters to mirror the newest technical advances and advancements in components reminiscent of cellular trade provides a brand new bankruptcy on Bitcoin and different cryptocurrencies that didn't exist on the time of the former versions booklet raises the insurance of PayPal in line with PayPal’s amplified function for shoppers and companies Expands the dialogue of credit cards, dedicating a whole bankruptcy to magnetic stripe playing cards and a whole bankruptcy to chip-and-PIN expertise Protocols for safe digital trade, 3rd version bargains a state of the art evaluation of most sensible practices for the protection of e-commerce, entire with end-of-chapter evaluate questions and an intensive bibliography of specialised references. A options guide and PowerPoint slides can be found with qualifying direction adoption.

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This is the principle of public bicycle systems, car rentals (Zipcar), taxi services (Uber), or holiday rentals (Airbnb). Person-to-person lending—also known as marketplace lending—is built around the Internet or mobile networks. Its scope includes international transfer of worker remittances, student loans, hedge funds, wealth managers, pension funds, and university endowments. The payment can be directly from a bank account or a payment card (credit or debit). The transfer is credited to the recipient’s bank or mobile account, and the recipient is notified of the deposit with the Short Message Service (SMS).

Thus, the transaction takes place entirely outside the banking system, and there is no legal enforceability of claims. Some banks have responded with their own mobile applications that allow their customers to send money to another person using the recipient’s phone number, instead of specifying the routing of the recipient’s bank and an account number. Examples of these applications are Pingit from Barclays Bank, or Paym from the Payments Council, the industry group responsible for defining payment mechanisms in the United Kingdom.

MaxiCode was developed by UPS in 1992 for the highspeed sorting and tracking of units. It has a fixed size and a limited data capacity. One of its characteristic features is a circular finder pattern made up of three concentric rings. It was standardized in ISO/IEC 16023:2000. 3c shows a MaxiCode symbol. Quick Response (QR) Code was developed in Japan in 1994 by Denso Wave Incorporated to store Japanese ideograms (Kanji characters) in addition to other types of data such as ASCII characters, binary characters, and image data.

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