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  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Aloha, OR
  • 3016 Irving St, Portland, OR 97232 (503) 239-5773

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Ron Lunde

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Location:
Portland, Oregon Area
Industry:
Computer Software

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Ron Lunde
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Ron Lunde Inventions
Whol Professional Equipment
3016 NE Irving St, Portland, OR 97232

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Server-Side Commerce For Deliver-Then-Pay Content Delivery

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US Patent:
20020161709, Oct 31, 2002
Filed:
Sep 11, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/151296
Inventors:
MICHEL FLOYD - REDWOOD CITY CA,
CAY S. HORSTMANN - CUPERTINO CA,
RON E. LUNDE - PORTLAND OR,
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705/051000
Abstract:
The present invention, generally speaking, provides a flexible mechanism for effecting a payment/unlock transaction for deliver-then-pay content distribution. Instead of interacting with a local client interface, purchase is effected by interacting with a commerce Web site. The content is unlocked by delivering to the client a certificate, which serves as proof of purchase. The certificate is rendered secure so that it cannot simply be replicated to gain additional unauthorized access. In a preferred embodiment, a local application (e.g., a stand-alone application or a browser plug-in) is present on the end-user's machine and is registered with the local operating system and browser to handle files of a particular type used for certificates. Downloading and processing of the certificate may therefore be done transparently, without user-intervention. Piracy is prevented by “individuation” of the certificate. If the certificate simply unlocked the product, then nothing would prevent that certificate from simply being moved to any number of other machines or used by multiple unauthorized users. To prevent this, certificate individuation is performed. Preferably, the certificate is generated in a unique manner when it is first provided to the consumer. Alternatively, the first time a certificate is processed on an end-user machine, the certificate together with unique local machine information (such as the hard drive ID) and/or unique user information (e.g., biometric information such as fingerprint information, information from a smart card, etc.) is then presented back to the server (either the original server or a separate reference server) for validation. The server can therefore control how many times a certificate is used.

Methods And Apparatus For Securely Signing On To A Website Via A Security Website

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US Patent:
20080083017, Apr 3, 2008
Filed:
Sep 28, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/863603
Inventors:
Daniel P. Lulich - Portland OR,
Greg Pierson - Woodland WA,
Ron Lunde - Portland OR,
Assignee:
IOVATION INC. - Portland OR
International Classification:
G06F 21/00
US Classification:
726 4
Abstract:
A method of providing a security website and verifying, by the security website, that a device of a user is authorized to access another website when the user attempts to access the another website via the security website.

Detecting And Preventing Man-In-The-Middle Phishing Attacks

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US Patent:
20080104672, May 1, 2008
Filed:
Oct 24, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/923561
Inventors:
Ron Lunde - Portland OR,
Scott Franklin - Portland OR,
Daniel Lulich - Portland OR,
Greg Pierson - Woodland WA,
Assignee:
IOVATION, INC. - Portland OR
International Classification:
G06F 7/04
US Classification:
726 3
Abstract:
Embodiments of the present invention provide methods, servers and articles of manufacture that detect and prevent man-in-the-middle phishing attacks. This includes receiving device-specific information from a client device at a fraud prevention server, appending at least one of an internet protocol (IP) address and/or a timestamp to the device-specific information, and forwarding the appended device-specific information back to the client device for providing to an network service server for use by the network service server to facilitate recognition of the client device via at least one of the IP address and/or the timestamp.

Creating And Verifying Globally Unique Device-Specific Identifiers

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US Patent:
20080104684, May 1, 2008
Filed:
Oct 24, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/923572
Inventors:
Ron Lunde - Portland OR,
Daniel P. Lulich - Portland OR,
Greg Pierson - Woodland WA,
Assignee:
IOVATION, INC. - Portland OR
International Classification:
H04L 9/32
US Classification:
726 6, 726 9
Abstract:
Methods, apparatuses, and articles for receiving, by a server, a plurality of identifiers associated with a client device are described herein. The server may also encrypt a plurality of encoding values associated with the plurality of identifiers using a first key of a key pair of the server, and generate a token uniquely identifying the client device, a body of the token including the encrypted plurality of encoding values. In other embodiments, the server may receive a token along with the plurality of identifiers. In such embodiments, the server may further verify the validity of the received token, including attempting to decrypt a body of the received token with a key associated with a second server, the second server having generated the received token, and, if decryption succeeds, comparing ones of the plurality of identifiers with second identifiers found in the decrypted body to check for inconsistencies.
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