Credit Card security features are designed to protect the merchant. Other fields including name, expiration, CVV, Secure 3D, etc are only there to reduce the risk of fraud for the merchant.
If the merchant is willing to assume the risk of a credit card, they technically only need the credit card number to process a payment.
In most cases, all a credit (non-debit) card holder needs to do is declare "fraud" and funds are reversed in a short time. This is because in a dispute the burden of proof applies to the merchant that the payment by a customer is legitimate.
NOTE: These consumer protections are NOT true for debit cards including paypal... the burden of proof switches to the customer for bank account debit cards, and it often does take months to resolve.
This is why you should use actual credit cards instead for public pay stations including gas, parking meters, etc.