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MagSpoof is a device that can spoof/emulate any magnetic stripe or credit card. It can work "wirelessly", even on standard magstripe/credit card readers, by generating a strong electromagnetic field that emulates a traditional magnetic stripe card. Note: MagSpoof does not enable you to use credit cards that you are not legally authorized to use. The Chip-and-PIN and Amex information is not implemented and using MagSpoof requires you to have/own the magstripes that you wish to emulate. Simply having a credit card number and expiration is not enough to perform transactions. MagSpoof does allow you to perform research in other areas of magstripes, microcontrollers, and electromagnetism, as well as learn about and create your own devices similar to other existing, commercial technologies such as Samsung MST and Coin.
Credit Card Number Validator 05 (CCNV05) is a Custom SSIS Data Flow Transformation Component that determines whether the given input is a valid credit card number or not. CCNV05 takes String/Numeric input and performs a Synchronous, Non-Blocking transformation using Luhn Mod 10 a
Credit Card Validator provides validation utilities for credit card data inputs. It is designed as a CommonJS module for use in Node.js, io.js, or the browser. It includes first class support for 'potential' validity so you can use it to present appropriate UI to your user as they type. A typical use case in a credit card form is to notify the user if the data they are entering is invalid. In a credit card field, entering “411” is not necessarily valid for submission, but it is still potentially valid. Conversely, if a user enters “41x” that value can no longer pass strict validation and you can provide a response immediately.
Credit Card Type provides a useful utility method for determining a credit card type from both fully qualified and partial numbers. This is not a validation library but rather a smaller component to help you build your own validation or UI library. This library is designed for type-as-you-go detection (supports partial numbers) and is written in CommonJS so you can use it in Node, io.js, and the browser.
Card credit checker, allows you to check credit card number for validity. It can verify Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, Carte Blanche, American Express (AMEX), Discover, card numbers. it uses LUHN10 algorithm as well as first digits verification.
A jQuery-free general purpose library for building credit card forms, validating inputs and formatting numbers. Heavily, heavily based on @stripe's jquery.payment library, but without the jQuery. You can find a full demo here.
Credit card number generator is an application that generates random credit card numbers that are validated by the 'Luhn' algorithm. It's developed using Visual Studio 2010 and the GUI is developed using WPF.
Maintaining credit card gateways by yourself is a huge pain. MoneyBaby's goal is to provide a collection of realiable, reusable code for payment transactions that can be maintained by a community of active developers. Major credit card gateways are the first target but the pro...
Stripe-android makes it easy to collect credit card information without having sensitive details touch your server.These Stripe Android bindings can be used to generate tokens in your Android application. If you are building an Android application that charges a credit card, you should use stripe-android to make sure you don't pass credit card information to your server (and, so, are PCI compliant).