IKP

Internet Keyed Payments [IBM]

iKP

(In topic `Security`) iKP (Internet Key Payments protocol) is an architecture for secure payment over the Internet. It defines transactions where buyer and seller involve the services of a third-party , such as a credit card company, to authorise and administer the transaction.
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iKP

Internet Keyed Payment Protocols. A family of secure payment protocols from IBM that support World Wide Web transactions involving up to three parties. The protocols are non-proprietary, independent of specific browsers and servers, and exportable from the United States to most countries. They will support a wide variety of payment methods (e.g. cr...
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