Match-on-card (MoC) technology can be used with virtually any biometric and usually takes the form of a smart card or Java Card. The card has a biometric template (for example, a digitized and encoded fingerprint) stored in a computer chip. A live version of the fingerprint is then compared with the stored template for verification purposes.

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