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A keycard is a plastic card which stores a digital signature that is used with electronic access control locks. It is normally a flat, rectangular piece of plastic and may also serve as an ID card. The keycard is used by presenting it to a card reader; swiping or inserting of magnetic stripe cards, or in the case of RFID cards, merely being brought into close proximity to a sensor.

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