CARDING DICTIONARY

  • JERM – Its a software coded by carders for other carders to use. It is used for skimming.
  • RDP – Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a secure network communications protocol for Windows-based applications running on a server.
  • Non vbv site – Website which doesnt ask for verification.
  • Bill=cc – Type billing info of the credit card owner and shipping your drop/house etc.
  • Bill=ship – Type billing and shipping information the same.
  • AVS – Address Verification System. It is used to confirm the card belongs exactly to its owner.
  • BIN – Bank ID Number. The first 6 digits of the CC. It is used to identify the bank issuing the card type.
  • Blockchain – The “core” of bitcoin; usually it refers to blockchain.info where publicly record all Bitcoin transactions.
  • BTC – Bitcoin. Anonymous digital currency.
  • BTC Wallet – a unique identifier that allows you to receive bitcoins.
  • (Chargeback) – The bank cardholder cancels the withdrawal of money from the card.
  • CC – Credit card
  • CID – Indentification Number Card. Verification code 4 digits on the front of the [Amex] card.
  • CVC / CVC2 – Code card verification. As VVC, but for Mastercard.
  • CVV – Card Verification Value. 3 digit code on the back of the card.
  • DC – Debit. Card, which resembles credit card by the method to use, but making possible direct buyer’s
  • account is debited at the time of purchase of goods or services.
  • DL – Drivers License.
  • DOB – Date of birth.
  • Drop – Anonymous address is outside the carder, where items can be sent. For example you send the item to your friends house so friend=drop.
  • Dump – Information that is written on the magnetic stripe of the card. It consists of 1,2 or 3 tracks.
  • Embosser – A machine designed for use with plastic cards to create raised printing characters.
  • Encoder – Read / write to the magnetic strip of the card.
  • E-shop – Online store.
  • Exp – Expiration Date
  • eWallet – The outsourcer where bitcoins can be stored.
  • Fullz – Details of the credit card that comes with additional information such as date of birth, social security number,
  • MMN – Mothers maiden name.
  • GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication. A communications standard for mobile phones.
  • Hologram – A unique form of photo printing is a flat optical image that at first seems and provides a three dimensional effect on a flat surface. Holograms can not be easily copied and are used for security and aesthetic purposes on cards.
  • ICQ – A service very popular instant messaging among carders, similiar to kik.
  • Issuing Bank – Financial institution that issued the card.
  • LR – ******* Reserve. Anonymous digital currency [now obsolete].
  • MC – MasterCard.
  • MCSC – Mastercard Secure Code – MasterCard application of 3-D Secure protocol.
  • Merchant account – Bank account to accept credit cards.
  • NFC – Near Field Communication. A technology standard for wireless short-range connectivity that allows quick safe two-way interactions. Similar to RFID and incorporated in most modern smartphones.
  • OTR – Off the Record. Cryptographic protocol that provides strong encryption for IM conversations.
  • CCN – Primary Account Number. Usually it refers to the 16-digit number in the front of the card.
  • Pidgin – Customer support networks AOL, Yahoo, MSN, ICQ and Jabber instant messaging.
  • PIN – Personal Identification Number. 4-12 characters a secret code that allows an issuer to positively authenticate the cardholder in order to approve an ATM or terminal transaction occurs at a point of interaction device.
  • Plastic – Physical card. Usually it refers to blank cards or cloned.
  • Reader – A device that reads the magnetic stripe of a credit card for account information to be automatically processed for a transaction. A credit card reader is well integrated in a register, which is attached to a record as a separate component or part of an autonomous terminal dedicated to the sole function of credit card transactions processing.
  • Ripper – Con (seller)
  • RFID – Radio Frequency Identification. Technology that allows an object or person to be identified at a distance, without physical contact, using radio waves to activate and communicate with some form of label or card.
  • Skimming – The fraudulent copying of information stored magnetic tape.
  • SIM – Subscriber Identification Module. Smart card that plugs into a GSM phone and establishes the identity of users.
  • SOCKS – Secure socket. Internet Protocol network that routes packets between a client and server through a proxy server.
  • SSN – Social Security Number
  • Track – One of three portions of a magnetic stripe where you can write data.
  • Track 1 – Information on the credit card that has a field of 79 alphanumeric characters for information. Typically, a credit card number, expiration date and name of the client are on track 1.
  • Track 2 – Information on the credit card that has a field of 40 characters for information. Usually a credit cad number and expiration date are contained in track 2.
  • Track 3 – Normally not used. Information on the credit card that has 107 field character alphanumeric information. Typically, a credit card number, expiration date and space for additional information are available on track 3.
  • VBV – Verified by Visa – Visa application of 3-D Secure protocol.
  • Dorks – A search string that uses advanced search operators to find information that is not readily available on a website.

What is IP?

IP = Internet Protocol, or simply your website address, our Internet-connected devices have one awarded through the network to which we are connected. The IP in some cases can pinpoint the exact location in which we are located.

Do you need to change the IP? Can I have problems?

Yes but no, I do recommend changing IP as long as needed or some method suggests. Well, do not change your IP simply would fail in any attempt to purchase, for example: If you use a DC ORLANDO USA and those with IP ACAPULCO MEXICO obviously going to fail and need to change the IP.

What is VPN? Which should I use?

VPN = Virtual Private Network, is a system used by different software to change IP, usually these software have many IPs for our use, from Mexican to Chinese IP via USA. I recommend using Hide My Ass! It is the most stocked.

What is SOCKS and MAC?

Operation of Sock4 or sock5 is complex to explain, but I can summarize it with the same function that the VPN, the change our IP but in a cleaner way and generally give more options and directa.y ip cleaner than VPN, so it is more advisable to use Socks instead of VPN.

The MAC is a “serial” code which identifies the device you are using, from phones, PCs, tablets, almost everything has MAC, some pages with high safety can give us a blockade (ban) of MAC in this way our device is added to a blacklist of unwelcome devices. You can change the MAC with programs such as MAC Address Changer.​

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