SAMSUNG UNVEILS A WORLD’S-FIRST FINGERPRINT SECURITY S3B512C MICROCHIP TO SPEED UP BIOMETRIC ‘BUYING AND SELLING’ PAYMENT COLLECTION

The solution performs in line with Mastercard’s latest security specifications for payment cards, while also conforming to international security standards (CC EAL 6+) for “protecting high-value assets against significant risks,” according to Samsung. Last year, Samsung announced that it was collaborating with Mastercard on a biometric scanning payment card with a built-in fingerprint reader. It said at the time that the tech would “adopt a new security chipset from Samsung’s LSI business” rather than using Mastercard’s tech, so the new S3B512C chipset appears to be what it was referring to. The chip could also allow for “faster and safer interactions when making purchases,” Samsung notes. It removes the need for a PIN code and even uses anti-spoofing technology to block fraudulent methods.

It seems absurd that in 2022, people are still swiping cards and signing for purchases when biometric microchips could make everything faster, easier and more secure.

While everyone is being distracted by the COVID-19 vaccines and the digital ID Immunity Passport, biometric microchips have become the hottest new sector in Silicon Valley, and will be a key component of how they will trap you in the coming Metaverse. We are right now in Step 3 of a three-step process that began in earnest in 1994. Let’s have a review of what these 3 Steps are, shall we?

“And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his foreheador in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb: And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name.” 

Revelation 14:9-11 (KJB)

In 1994, the year that the internet was released to the public, Step 1 was getting you in front of a computer that would be connect literally to the whole world. It was immediately adopted and fabulously successful. Step 2 began right around 2007 with the release of the world’s first smartphone, the iPhone. This caused a sensation around the world and made the nascent social media explode. This got the computer on you. Step 3 is currently underway, and when finished will have put the computer inside you. The New World Order created the Plannedemic for this exact purpose, and to quote President George H.W. Bush when he said “when we’re successful, and we will be”, they are going to succeed beyond their wildest dreams. Only catch is it that will only last for 7 years.

Samsung built the S3B512C fingerprint security microchip for payment cards, employee IDs and so much more

FROM ENGADGET: Samsung has revealed what it calls the “industry’s first” all-in-one fingerprint security chip (IC) for payment cards. The S3B512C chip reads biometric information via a fingerprint sensor, stores and authenticates data with a tamper-proof secure element (SE) and analyzes it with a secure processor. While primarily designed for payment cards, it could also be used for “student or employee identification, membership or building access,” the company said.

Mainly, though, the new microchip could make it easier for banks and others to make biometric payment cards. The solution performs in line with Mastercard’s latest security specifications for payment cards, while also conforming to international security standards (CC EAL 6+) for “protecting high-value assets against significant risks,” according to Samsung. Last year, Samsung announced that it was collaborating with Mastercard on a biometric scanning payment card with a built-in fingerprint reader. It said at the time that the tech would “adopt a new security chipset from Samsung’s LSI business” rather than using Mastercard’s tech, so the new S3B512C chipset appears to be what it was referring to.

The microchip could also allow for “faster and safer interactions when making purchases,” Samsung notes. It removes the need for a PIN code and even uses anti-spoofing technology to block fraudulent methods like artificial fingerprints.

It seems absurd that in 2022, people are still swiping cards and signing for purchases. Given Samsung’s manufacturing chops and influence, however, the chip has the potential to make biometric payment cards more mainstream. Samsung didn’t mention any launch customers or other details. READ MORE

Samsung Introduces Smart All-in-One S3B512C Fingerprint Security IC for Biometric Payment Cards

Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today introduced its new fingerprint security IC (integrated circuit) ─ S3B512C ─ with enhanced security features. The new solution is EMVCo and Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level (CC EAL) 6+ certified and performs in line with Mastercard’s latest Biometric Evaluation Plan Summary (BEPS) specifications for biometric payment cards.