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security code

(1) The number on the front or back of credit cards that is used for security. See CSC.

(2) Any password or passcode used for security. See password.
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This innovative solution, OT MOTION CODETM, developed by Oberthur Technologies2, consists in replacing the 3-digit security code usually printed on the back of the card with a mini-screen displaying a new dynamic code which is refreshed automatically and randomly every hour3.
In the trial, the bank's payment cards have a screen on their back which displays a security code which is regularly refreshed, strengthening the security of online payments for the bank's customers.
Select if you prefer your security code delivered via text message or phone call.
After re-entering the code, the next page asks for the user's country code and phone number, which is needed by Apple to send an SMS to verify the user's identity when using the iCloud Security Code.
The security device works by having one piece of information that remains the same, such as your user name, and one that constantly changes, your unique security code.
For call warrants of domestic securities or indices, warrant security code assignments will start from 030001.
The Bulgaria Parliament rejected the Social Security Code draft changes made by the Blue Coalition, which proposed for the security burden to be reduced by 5% points.
If the security code is revealed, a fraudster can use it to make purchases over the telephone or internet using the victim's card details.
Songs bought from Apple online have its FairPlay security code that stops playback on rival systems.
Logitech International SA and the Jabra division of GN Store Nord AS, set the same security code on their headsets--0000--and it usually can't be changed by the consumer.
Each paper has been allocated a Golden Goal exact time in minutes, seconds and tenths of seconds plus a security code.
But what should be business as usual will become a bit trickier from July 1 onwards, when the International Ship and Port Facility Security code, known as ISPS, takes affect here.

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