DE102004039365A1 - Data carrier for contactless transmission of encrypted data signals - Google Patents

Data carrier for contactless transmission of encrypted data signals

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DE102004039365A1
DE102004039365A1 DE200410039365 DE102004039365A DE102004039365A1 DE 102004039365 A1 DE102004039365 A1 DE 102004039365A1 DE 200410039365 DE200410039365 DE 200410039365 DE 102004039365 A DE102004039365 A DE 102004039365A DE 102004039365 A1 DE102004039365 A1 DE 102004039365A1
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Anneliese Dr. Hassenbürger
Bernd Dr. Reimer
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Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH
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    • G07F7/10Mechanisms actuated by objects other than coins to free or to actuate vending, hiring, coin or paper currency dispensing or refunding apparatus by coded identity card or credit card or other personal identification means together with a coded signal, e.g. in the form of personal identification information, like personal identification number [PIN] or biometric data
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    • G06K19/067Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components
    • G06K19/07Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components with integrated circuit chips
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    • G06Q20/30Payment architectures, schemes or protocols characterised by the use of specific devices
    • G06Q20/34Payment architectures, schemes or protocols characterised by the use of specific devices using cards, e.g. integrated circuit [IC] cards or magnetic cards
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    • G06Q20/00Payment architectures, schemes or protocols
    • G06Q20/38Payment protocols; Details thereof
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    • G07C9/00Individual entry or exit registers
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    • G07F19/00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines
    • G07F19/20Automatic teller machines [ATMs]
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    • G07F19/00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines
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    • G07C9/00Individual entry or exit registers
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    • G07C9/00031Access-control involving the use of a pass in combination with an identity-check of the pass-holder
    • G07C9/00071Access-control involving the use of a pass in combination with an identity-check of the pass-holder by means of personal physical data, e.g. characteristic facial curves, hand geometry, voice spectrum, fingerprints
    • G07C9/00087Access-control involving the use of a pass in combination with an identity-check of the pass-holder by means of personal physical data, e.g. characteristic facial curves, hand geometry, voice spectrum, fingerprints electronically

Abstract

For the secure transmission of data signals, a data carrier is provided with DOLLAR A - an RFID transponder (7) for storing and transmitting data to a reading device; DOLLAR A - at least one encryption device (14) for encrypting data; DOLLAR A - an input device (9) for inputting data; DOLLAR A - a control device (11) for processing data and DOLLAR A - at least one switching device (13) for influencing the RFID transponder (7) and / or the input and encrypted stored data.

Description

  • The The invention relates to a data carrier for contactless transmission from encrypted Data signals to a reader, a method for operating the data carrier and a self-service device with a reader for the Disk.
  • At Self-service devices such as ATMs, transfer terminals, Payment terminals in retail and the like are responsible for the implementation of a Transaction card reader for reading and writing to media such as magnetic stripe cards or smart cards provided. For security reasons, a password often has to be this means a personal one Secret number, a so-called PIN number, for the authorization of the user be entered. Only this way, for example, a payout or a transfer takes place. This PIN number is usually encrypted and secured within the keyboard of the self-service device to a parent Transfer computer. Such keyboards are referred to as EPP (= Encrypted Pin Pad).
  • at Attempted tampering attempts to copy the volume inserted by the user on the self-service device and the accompanying Spy out PIN number. Copying the magnetic or Chip card is preferably done by stems on the card reader. The Aussspähen The PIN number when entering is done, for example, by use a miniature camera installed on the keyboard of the terminal with transmission device.
  • The The invention therefore has the task of creating a self-service device, the one increased Security over Manipulations offers.
  • The solution the object is achieved by the subject matter of claim 1 and by the method according to claim 9.
  • The Invention provides a data carrier for input and transmission from encrypted Data signals to a reader with an RFID transponder for saving and transferring of data signals, an input device for inputting data, an encryption device to encrypt data, a controller for processing data, and with at least one switching device for influencing the RFID transponder and / or the entered and encrypted stored data.
  • By a disk with an RFID transponder is a contactless transmission of data signals between the disk and the reader, which is preferably installed in a self-service device, possible. The Data signals between the disk and the reader are encoded transmitted using secret cryptographic keys. tampering as in conventional Card readers can thus no longer occur.
  • Of the disk contains an input device for inputting alphanumeric characters such as a PIN to authorize the use of the data carrier only ensured by the authorized person. The disk has an encryption device to encrypt the entered PIN. By entering a PIN or other keyboard shortcut may be an activation of the RFID transponder and thus the transmission of the stored Data are effected. The user can thus activate the data carrier in front of a self-service device. It can be provided that the input of the PIN already for authorization the desired Transaction is sufficient, because in the data carrier the entered PIN or the entered code is compared with a previously stored code will and only if there is a match the RFID transponder is activated. However, it is also possible that the PIN sent separately from the data of the RFID transponder encrypted to the reader of the self-service device and in the self-service device, the authorization of the disk is made becomes. Can not be valid Authorization will be established, then communication between the disk and the reader canceled.
  • It is in a further preferred embodiment appropriate that the control device at least one processor, a memory and an encryption device has, thus a treatment and processing of the entered data like a self-service device can be done.
  • In In another embodiment, the data carrier according to the invention has a Sensors for scanning biometric data. This additional security guaranteed on the one hand, that only the authorized user uses the data carrier can, and on the other hand, that at a loss one advantageous even higher Security level is available.
  • For a favorable Communication of the data carrier according to the invention with the respective self-service device, it is appropriate that the RFID transponder for reading in and out and thus for one two-sided data exchange is formed with the reader.
  • In a further preferred embodiment is the data carrier according to the invention as Chip card formed with the features of at least claim 1. This is a particularly advantageous design with low Dimensions achieved which a simple and convenient handling allows.
  • Preferably is the device finally with a display device for displaying data and / or an energy store provided for self-sufficient operation.
  • The invention also provides a method for transmitting encrypted data signals with the data carrier according to the invention to a reading device with the following method steps:
    • (a) reading data input by means of an input device;
    • (b) encrypting these read-in data values by means of an encryption device and storing the encrypted data;
    • (c) performing an authorization of the data carrier by comparing between the input and encrypted data values and already stored data values on the data carrier and / or between the data carrier and the reading device;
    • (d) enabling the RFID transponder;
    • (e) transmitting stored data signals of the RFID transponder and / or input and encrypted data values to the reader using a secret key.
  • This Method can be advantageous in the control device of the device according to the invention be executed by the processor by a suitable software program. It is also of great Advantage, if in a preferred embodiment in the process step (a) a default password or PIN is entered and / or biometric data of the user by means of a sensor system be read in, and that with wrong input values after a specifiable number of repetitions the device is deactivated becomes.
  • In another, particularly advantageous embodiment can in the process step (a) entering data for a complete one Operating procedure for a self-service device carried out and, in particular, the entry of the amount of money to be withdrawn. This provides a further high level of security against manipulation, because the complete Input process on the self-service device on site is eliminated and made by the user in a safe place chosen by him can be.
  • The Overall security of the procedure is through cryptographic keys and cryptographic methods and the use of RFID transponders given.
  • Further advantageous embodiments The invention are set forth in the subclaims.
  • The Invention will now be described with reference to the accompanying drawings with reference to a embodiment explained. Hereby shows:
  • 1 a perspective view of an ATM in an application; and
  • 2 an exemplary block diagram of a data carrier according to the invention in the form of a chip card.
  • An ATM 1 is in 1 presented as an example of a self-service device. In front of the ATM 1 is one as a chip card 2 trained volume during a data transfer to the ATM 1 shown.
  • Usually, a contact-based chip card with a chip and / or a magnetic strip is inserted into a card reader of the device at an ATM at a desired transaction first. On the chip and / or the magnetic strip are data of the user as his name and his account number. After reading the chip card, the connection to a host is recorded, which compares the read data with stored data and allows authorization of the desired transaction. In addition, via a keyboard 3 a password or PIN, a so-called PIN code entered so that a specific process, such as a payment, can be made. This additional PIN serves as security, so that third parties can not carry out transactions at the ATM without knowing the PIN. The prompts and responses of the self-service device are displayed on a screen 4 for operator guidance. When the payment process, the corresponding money through an input / output device 5 issued in a known manner.
  • Instead of entering a chip card in the card reader, the invention provides a contactless transmission of the data. For this purpose, a data carrier is provided which advantageously as a chip card 2 is trained. The chip card 2 is with an RFID transponder 7 consisting of a coil and an integrated microchip provided as a data memory, wherein the transponder 7 readable and writable. The data of the RFID transponder 7 can from an RFID reader 8th of the ATM 1 be read out. In addition, the RFID reader 8th new data for the transponder 7 send. The reader 8th transfers not only data but also energy through inductive coupling to the chip card 2 , At the location of the ATM 1 will, as in 1 shown in the RFID transponder 7 stored data via a transmission link to the RFID reader 8th of the ATM 1 transfer. The customer needs the card 2 no longer stuck in the card reader, but holds him in front of the RFID reader 8th , If for a long time data from the RFID transponder 7 be read in and out, so is the ATM 1 advantageously provided with a trough or other storage facility, so that the customer can take them out of hand and store during the transaction.
  • Preferably, RFID transponders 7 used, which have a range of 10 - 20 cm, so that a readout of the RFID transponder 7 only in the immediate vicinity of the reader 8th can be done.
  • To ensure the security of the data transmission, there is a read and write access to the chip card 2 only after authorization of the chip card 2 opposite the reader 8th possible. The disk 2 contains an input device 9 for entering alphanumeric characters such as a PIN to ensure authorized use of the data carrier only by the authorized person. For this purpose, cryptographic keys between the smart card 2 and the reader 8th exchanged or checked, whether cryptographic keys in the smart card 2 and the reader 8th are stored. After the authorization following data exchange between the chip card 2 and the reader 8th is also encrypted to spy out the transmitted data by listening to the radio link between the smart card 2 and the reader 8th to prevent. Since the data signals are transmitted without contact and a two-sided exchange between the disk 2 and the RFID reader 8th is possible, a cryptographically secure data transmission is possible, which makes spying out the transmitted data considerably more difficult. Thus, an effective protection against manipulation during data transmission is achieved. The security of data transmission is thus given overall by cryptographic keys and cryptographic methods and the use of RFID transponders.
  • While with contact smart cards it is automatically ensured that only a single card is read in the reader, contactless cards must be prevented at the same time several cards in the response range of the reader 8th are located. This is the reader 8th provided with anti-collision software to target communication with a smart card 2 sure.
  • The following is with reference to 2 the structure of the chip card 2 described in more detail. Since conventional RFID transponders are passive and are read out as soon as they come within the reach of an RFID reader, the smart card is 2 with an input device 9 for inputting an activation signal in order to transmit the data from the RFID transponder 7 to the reader 8th unlock and thus a random transfer of data to the RFID reader 8th to prevent. To the safety of the card 2 to increase at a loss is the input device 9 preferably designed as an input keyboard for entering a secret number, in particular a PIN or a code. The input keyboard is with key elements 10 for entering alphanumeric characters as well as other control characters. It is with a control device 11 connected. User prompting for correct entry in the input keyboard 9 can via a display device 12 respectively. The display device 12 is in this embodiment with the control device 11 connected. However, it can also have its own processor or its own control device.
  • To the controller 11 is the RFID transponder 7 and a switching device 13 connected. This switching device 13 activates the RFID transponder 7 to transfer the stored data to the ATM 1 , In the control device 11 there is an encryption device 14 , a processor 15 and an unillustrated memory. The encryption device 14 and the memory may also be outside the controller 11 be arranged.
  • The chip card 2 has a sensor in a further embodiment 16 with a contact field 17 which is intended for the scanning of biometric data, such as a fingerprint sensor. This sensor technology 16 can be used to authorize the user in addition to or instead of PIN entry.
  • Preferably, the chip card with an energy storage 18 provided, which provides the necessary electrical energy for the operation of the chip card. It is preferably a rechargeable battery. The recharging can be done by induction wireless or wired via contact fields in a corresponding, not shown device. Since the operation of the smart card 2 only takes place at short notice, the energy requirement is extremely low.
  • In the following, the operation of the chip card 2 explained in more detail. The chip card 2 is via the input device 9 switched on. The control device 11 gives the input procedure via the display device 12 the user. The user is prompted to enter his PIN number and / or password, which is compared to a stored reference value. This stored reference value can be from the chip card 2 be stored issuing financial institution. It can be provided that the input of the PIN is already sufficient for an authorization of the desired transaction, as in the disk 2 the entered PIN or the entered code is compared with a previously stored code and only if the RFID transponder matches 7 is activated.
  • However, it is also possible that the PIN is separate from the data of the RFID transponder 7 encrypted to the reader 8th be sent to the self-service device and in the self-service device, the authorization of the disk 2 is made. If a valid authorization can not be determined, then the communication between the data medium becomes 2 and the reader 8th canceled. For the transmission of the encrypted PIN may be in the disk 2 a further transmission device, which is designed for example as a local radio link such as Bluetooth, may be provided.
  • The thus checked or input data value is by means of the control device 11 stored and with the encryption device 14 encrypted and stored. The first saving can also be omitted. After successful authorization, the chip card is unlocked 2 by means of the switching device 13 and the data may be from the RFID transponder 7 be read out. This transfer process takes place automatically after entering the PIN or by the user using the chip card 2 at the location of the self-service device 1 by a keyboard shortcut on the input device 9 activated.
  • It is also possible for the user to first get the smart card 2 activated and first data are transmitted and the user then from the self-service device 1 is asked to enter his PIN number. The user then enters on the smart card 2 a corresponding key combination and then brings the smart card 2 in the reception area of the reader 8th of the self-service device 1 ,
  • Furthermore, the control device 11 the chip card 2 have such software, with which the entire user operation process of the self-service device 1 can be carried out beforehand in a safe place for the user. This means that the user at the location of the self-service device 1 only this must activate, the encrypted data with his smart card 2 transfers and so the whole process, for example, the data input to the money issue, from the data transfer of the smart card 2 is taken over.

Claims (12)

  1. Data carrier for transmitting encrypted data signals to a reading device ( 8th ) with: a) an RFID transponder ( 7 ) for storing and transmitting data to a reader; b) an input device ( 9 ) for entering data; c) at least one encryption device ( 1 ) for encrypting data; d) a control device ( 11 ) for the processing of data; and e) at least one switching device ( 13 ) for influencing the RFID transponder ( 7 ) and / or the entered and encrypted stored data.
  2. Data carrier according to claim 1, characterized in that the RFID transponder ( 7 ) has an integrated microchip and is suitable for reading in and out of data.
  3. A data carrier according to claim 1 or 2, characterized by an energy store ( 18 ).
  4. Data carrier according to one of the preceding claims, characterized by a display device ( 12 ) for displaying data.
  5. disk according to one of the preceding claims, characterized by a further transmission device for transmission of entered and encrypted Dates.
  6. Data carrier according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the control device ( 11 ) at least one processor ( 15 ) and an encryption device ( 14 ) having.
  7. Data carrier according to one of the preceding claims, characterized by a sensor system ( 16 ) for sampling biometric data.
  8. Data carrier according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the data carrier is a chip card ( 2 ).
  9. Method for transmitting encrypted data with the data carrier according to the invention according to one or more of Claims 1-8, characterized by the following steps: (a) reading in by means of an input device ( 9 input data; (b) encrypting these read-in data values by means of an encryption device ( 14 ) and storing the encrypted data; (c) performing an authorization of the data carrier by comparing between the input and encrypted data values and already stored data values on the data carrier and / or between the data carrier and the reading device ( 8th ); (d) enabling the RFID transponder ( 7 ); (e) transmitting stored data signals of the RFID transponder ( 7 ) and / or the input and encrypted data values to the reader ( 8th ) using a secret key.
  10. A method according to claim 9, characterized in that in step (a) "reading" a password or a secret number is requested and / or biometric data of the user by means of a sensor ( 16 ) and that, if the input values are incorrect after a certain number of repetitions, the device is deactivated.
  11. A method according to claim 9 or 10, characterized in that in step (a) "reading" the input of data for a complete operation process for a self-service device ( 2 ) is carried out.
  12. Self-service device such as an ATM, a kiosk terminal, a multifunction terminal, a payment terminal retailing with an RFID reader ( 8th ) for a data carrier ( 2 ) according to one or more of claims 1 to 8.
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