Field 55 is defined as a generic, flexible, variable length container that conforms to tag-length-value (TLV) encoding. Every data element carried in the field has a specific tag, followed by the length of the data and then the actual data. Each tag is defined by EMV or specified in the relevant payment brand specifications. The application cryptogram, the terminal unpredictable number, the transaction amount, issuer scripts, and the form factor indicator are typical of the types of data passed in this field.
The card sequence number is critical to cryptogram validation. It may be carried in different fields within the authorization and clearing messages. For example, Field 23 carries the card sequence number in some implementations. When two or more cards are associated with a single account number, this field contains the number assigned to a specific card.
Validates the integrity of the chip itself and for genuineness of the issuerDDA - Dynamic Data Authentication
Utilizes chip data and dynamic transaction data for authentication. Below are the advantages:
Significantly minimizes counterfeit fraud
For use by contact interface only
Includes RSA cryptographic support on the chip Fast DDA (FDDA) – utilizes a pre-defined list of data elements for authentication, rather than using the Default Data Object List (DDOL) that is on the card and used for standard DDA signatures
FDDA is quicker due to less data used in the signature created by the card and subsequently verified by the terminal.
Mandated by Visa for use in contact-less and dual interface, If Off-line Data
Authentication is used
Multiple iterations of DDA authentication methodology are utilized. Mandated by MasterCard for use in contact-less and dual interface, if Off-line Data Authentication is used.
Utilizes only static elements from the chip for authentication
Less secure than other options
More prone to fall victim to counterfeit fraud
No RSA cryptographic support on chip
This option is not supported for all Card associations
In case of adaptation of ISO 20022 in Acquirer to Acquirer model EPAS format of ISO 20022 would be one to use.
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