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 Title & Authors
Simple Credit Card Payment Protocols Based on SSL and Passwords
Kim, Seon Beom; Kim, Min Gyu; Park, Jong Hwan;
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 Abstract
Recently, a plenty of credit card payment protocols have been proposed in Korea. Several features of proposed protocols include: using passwords for user authentication in stead of official certificate for authenticity, and no need to download additional security module via ActiveX into user`s devices. In this paper, we suggest two new credit card payment protocols that use both SSL(Security Socket Layer) as a standardized secure transaction protocol and password authentication to perform online shopping and payment. The first one is for the case where online shopping mall is different from PG(Payment Gateway) and can be compared to PayPal-based payment methods, and the second one is for the case where online shopping mall is the same as PG and thus can be compared to Amazon-like methods. Two proposed protocols do not require users to perform any pre-registration process which is separate from an underlying shopping process, instead users can perform both shopping and payment into a single process in a convenient way. Also, users are asked to input a distinct payment password, which increases the level of security in the payment protocols. We believe that two proposed protocols can help readers to better understand the recent payment protocols that are suggested by various vendors, and to analyze the security of their payment protocols.
 Keywords
Credit Card Payment Protocol;Password Authentication;Payment Gateway;SSL(Secure Socket Layer);
 Language
Korean
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