Parthenon Software | How To Decrypt Magnetic Card Data With DUKPT
Recently I found myself in a position where I needed to decrypt card data coming off of a magnetic stripe scanner. I originally thought this was going to be straight forward. Get a key and pass it into some predefined decryption algorithm. Not quite.
GitHub – amzn/alexa-avs-raspberry-pi: This project demonstrates how to access and test the Alexa Voice Service using a Java client (running on a Raspberry Pi), and a Node.js server.
alexa-avs-raspberry-pi – This project demonstrates how to access and test the Alexa Voice Service using a Java client (running on a Raspberry Pi), and a Node.js server.
EMV Card Browser | Nic’s Blog
For a little while now I have been working on a utility to allow you to query and view the contents of the chip on your Chip & PIN / EMV smart card. I’ve been working in .net which meant …
Source: EMV Card Browser | Nic’s Blog
Getting information from an EMV chip card with Java | saush
In case you’re not sure what I’m talking about here — it’s a piece of plastic card with a little chip that is embedded on your credit or debit or ATM card. In UK this is gen…