What happened to X9.59?

2009-05-11 Thread Peter Gutmann
I was looking for information on this recently to update an old reference to 
the DSTU version but it seems to have vanished, there's no information on it 
online that I could find after about 2001 or so (apart from a reference to a 
2006 version in a conference paper).  The ANSI web site claims that it doesn't 
exist, stopping the series at X9.58.

Peter.

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X9.59 where is it?

2003-09-09 Thread Victor . Duchovni
On Tue, 9 Sep 2003, Anne  Lynn Wheeler wrote:

 http://www.garlic.com/~lynn/index.html#x959
 One of the things addressed by X9.59 was not the elimination of the ability
 to harvest the merchant transaction file ... but to make the account
 numbers in the merchant transaction file useless for fraud. slightly
 related discussion of the security proportional to risk and the
 vulnerability represented by the merchant transaction file

Is X9.59 actually in use for consumer retail transactions anywhere?

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Victor Duchovni
IT Security,
Morgan Stanley

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x9.59

2003-09-09 Thread Ian Grigg
Anne  Lynn Wheeler wrote:
 
  The result is X9.59 which addresses all the major
 exploits at both POS as well as internet (and not just credit, but debit,
 stored-value, ACH, etc ... as well).
 http://www.garlic.com/~lynn/index.html#x959


Lynn,

Whatever happened to x9.59?

Also, is there a single short summary description of what
x9.59 does?  I don't mean a bucket full of links to plough
through, I mean some sort of technical overview that wasn't
approved by the marketing department.

iang

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