Dynamic Authentication Data

A dynamic authentication data, also known as a static password, is information used during a transaction that authenticates the user's identity. This type of data is typically associated with online banking and other financial transactions. The term "static" refers to the fact that the data does not change during the transaction, unlike a one-time password (OTP).

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