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Monday, July 13, 2009

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Hi Andy,

I have a question in regard with the verification of the ARQC (for Chip) using HP Atalla HSM. we are having a hard time verifying the ARQC generated by the VISA chip card (which uses CVN ='10' hexa '0A'), we were using the command 350 and method '1' but we were unable to succeed in verifying the ARQC generated by Chip_Visa140 card using CVN '0A'. Any help is resolving the above issue is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Eshwar

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