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Credit Card Email Encryption
Orders can be emailed to the merchant but since email is unsecure, the credit card number must be coded in a way that only the merchant can decode. This is easily done by adding 4 random numbers into the credit card number to be later rubbed out by the merchant. Below is an example credit card email encryption where the random key is in the same place each time but the key numbers would change.

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