Definition of Point of Sale Functionality

  1. Point of Sale Functionality means containing (a) one (1) or more hardware cryptographic engines (such as DES, AES, SHA-1, SHA-2, RSA, ECC, DSA, or ECDSA) and (b) hardware specifically designed to be capable of detecting and responding to tamper events (examples of which include, without limitation, temperature fluctuations, voltage manipulation or external triggers such as switches) without execution by the main processor.

Definition of Point of Sale Functionality in License Agreement

Point of Sale Functionality means containing (a) one (1) or more hardware cryptographic engines (such as DES, AES, SHA-1, SHA-2, RSA, ECC, DSA, or ECDSA) and (b) hardware specifically designed to be capable of detecting and responding to tamper events (examples of which include temperature fluctuations, voltage manipulation or external triggers such as switches) without execution by the main processor.


Definition of Point of Sale Functionality in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Point of Sale Functionality means containing (a) one (1) or more hardware cryptographic engines (such as DES, AES, SHA-1, SHA-2, RSA, ECC, DSA, or ECDSA) and (b) hardware specifically designed to be capable of detecting and responding to tamper events (examples of which include, without limitation, temperature fluctuations, voltage manipulation or external triggers such as switches) without execution by the main processor.