Authorization Code


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Authorization Code

A code a financial institution submits electronically to a merchant stating that it approves of an attempted purchase with a debit card or credit card issued by that institution.
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Davis said "positive control" meant China's Central Military Commission must be able to create a stable command and control infrastructure wherein it can keep track of its nuclear assets, including authorization codes.
With this technology, individuals can participate in conference calls without a bridge number or authorization codes.
For example, when I arrived in theater, property book UICs and type authorization codes were not being thoroughly validated or were often inaccurate.
Physical control of the unlock-and-launch authorization codes resides with the military, but the General Staff has direct access to them and can initiate a missile attack with or without the permission of political authorities.
The online shopping site will allow each school to set up its own authorization codes and requirements for each vendor, but give all the schools access to the WAICU negotiated contracts.
Security features such as authorization codes, lock/unlock, headcount and call disconnect provide for complete and flexible management of the conference bridge.
Because information is stored directly on the card, employees can carry data such as authorization codes, certification, and emergency medical histories.
But other courts have held that cell-phone authorization codes and proprietary technical information are not covered as "tangible property.
First, authorization codes should be randomly assigned," he said.
Gift cards are popular presents, but can be easily compromised by thieves who access card numbers and authorization codes off cards on a store rack.
Participating creidt unions tell CUcorp how many authorization codes they will need and CUcorp provides the marketing promotional piece with the code for credit unions to mail out to members.
91%), dialback or secure modems (54%), firewalls to protect from external access (45%), file encryption (36%), PC hardware security devices (33%), telecommunications encryption (22%) and message authorization codes (17%).
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