card selector

card selector

The software in an identity metasystem that resides in the user's computer. Also called an "identity selector." See identity metasystem.
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Changes have been made to four key areas of the site, including the introduction of the credit card selector ( http://www.
An improved Card Selector tool that makes it easy to find the right card
The new online Credit Card Selector is available at http://www.
The new Credit Card Selector can scour the 26 products on MBNA's website to find a card that offers low balance transfer rates for those looking to switch cards, low money transfer rates for customers looking to transfer cash into their current account or low purchase rates for those using their credit card frequently for shopping and card purchases.
To easily manage their Bandit Cards, visitors to the campaign Web site can obtain the Bandit Project's open source Linux* and Macintosh* cross-platform DigitalMe(R) information card selector and Microsoft Windows* CardSpace selector.
When the user visits an information card-compatible Web site and performs a transaction, such as purchasing an item, the information card selector enables a list of digital cards to be presented.
We've reached an important milestone now that we have interoperable, open source technologies such as the Bandit Project's Information Card selector in addition to Microsoft's Windows CardSpace.
Sxip Access Now Supports Microsoft Windows CardSpace & Other Card Selectors
Information card selector runs on Linux and Macintosh platforms
SAN FRANCISCO, June 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Catalyst Conference -- The Bandit(R) Project today hit another key milestone in the development of open source identity services with the availability of an open source, cross-platform information card selector that helps users manage "digital identity cards" used in Web transactions.
The 33 member organizations and 24 projects of OSIS will showcase network interoperability between identity providers, card selectors, browsers and Web sites, demonstrating practical uses for user-centric identity technology, including how users can "click-in" to Web sites via self-issued and managed Information Cards and OpenIDs.