Method For Efficiently And Securely Purchasing Goods From Online Services

The local Linux creates a multiple-part transmission by first sending an encrypted security key that must be successfully decrypted by the server’s Linux, and then by sending multiple packets of data. Only one of these packets contains the actual purchasing data; the remainder contains dummy data. When the server’s Linux can successfully decrypt both a security key and purchasing data packet, the actual purchase transaction completes.

Publication Date
29 January 2009

security online transactions encryption key


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