Abstract: Automated banking machines operate to cause financial transfers responsive to data read from data bearing records. Each of the automated banking machines includes a card reader that is operative to read data from user cards corresponding to financial accounts. Transactions are authorized responsive at least in part to correspondence between card data and stored data corresponding to authorized users. Entities responsible for operating the automated banking machines may receive messages that include information or update code items for software or firmware usable in the banking machines for which they have operational responsibility.
March 14, 2013
Date of Patent:
March 3, 2015
Diebold Self-Service Systems division of Diebold, Incorporated
Nicholas Billett, Steven Shepley, William R. Aitken, Glenda Griswold, Joseph McGinley
Abstract: Disclosed herein is a method and system for registering and verifying a smart card certificate for users moving between public key infrastructure domains, which allows a user moving between domains to have a smart card certified in a terminal located in an external domain other than a home domain. According to the present invention, when a user wants his/her own smart card to be certified in a terminal of an external domain, a certification authority of the external domain can certify the smart card using a certificate stored in the smart card and signed electronically by a certification authority of a home domain. Additionally, a new certificate issued by the certification authority of the external domain is stored in the certified smart card, so that a certificate of the moving user can be verified regardless of domains and a new certificate of a moved domain can be easily obtained.
Abstract: Electronic delivery of counterfeit-resistant documents exchangeable for value such as admission tickets, gift certificates, coupons, vouchers, etc. directly to the person who ordered the documents over an open communications network such at the Internet. A first party orders a document from a second party, and the second party electronically delivers the ordered, counterfeit-resistant document to a device designated by the first party. For example, the document may be electronically ordered using a PC, and a printer coupled to the PC may print the document. In one embodiment, the first party transmits unsolicited offers over the open communications network The document may be made counterfeit resistant by assigning unique information to each document of a given type, e.g., admission tickets, and checking the uniqueness of a document and whether the unique information was previously read prior to allowing it to be exchanged for value.
Abstract: A system for use in banking operates responsive to data in data bearing records. The system is suitable for securing the contents in safety deposit boxes or similar locked receptacles, and selectively permits access to key locks only to individuals who have been determined to be authorized to have such access. Each safety deposit box or other receptacle includes a door (16) with at least one key lock (22, 24) thereon. An assembly (26) is installed on the preexisting door to limit access to a key lock to an authorized person. The assembly includes a body (32) that is held in a blocking position by a cover lock. A selectively programmable electronic key module (28) is operative to change the condition of the cover lock from a latched to an unlatched condition.
January 2, 2008
Date of Patent:
June 14, 2011
Neil Gromley, Todd Christian, James Pellegrene, Dustin Cairns, Gary Baker
Abstract: An identification medium system contains a computer-readable medium having a plurality of consumer profiles stored thereon, each consumer profile containing private account data relating to a consumer; and a terminal in communication with the computer-readable medium. The terminal containing a processor, a memory, and at least one media reader adapted to read (1) a first account tag stored on a first identification medium, wherein the first account tag corresponds to at least one consumer profile, and (2) a second account tag stored on a second identification medium (e.g., a credit or debit card issued by a financial institution).