Well, that didn’t take long. Apple Pay launched only a week ago, and it’s already unmasking major strife in the retail industry. According to The New York Times and others, Rite Aid and CVS both blocked the use of Apple Pay over the weekend. Though neither company is saying why, one likely reason is a […]
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An Estonian man, who helped hack payment processor RBS WorldPay in 2008, has now been sentenced to 11 years in prison for his involvement in the $9.4 million scheme.
In a Friday release, the FBI detailed the hacker’s role in the racket.
For years, technology companies have set their sights on the payment industry, with each firm wanting a slice of the digital wallet. So -came as a surprise when it emerged last month.
Jason Hart, Senior VP at Cryptocard, shows Computing just how easy it is to illegally gain access to corporate cloud services to wreak havoc and steal money.
A man has been arrested in Portsmouth on suspicion of masterminding a 1.6m "cyber attack" on cash machines across the country. Allegedly part of an organised gang from Eastern Europe, the group targeted cash machines in Brighton, London and Liverpool by injecting a virus into the machines.
Facebook is moving a step ahead from others and making its social media service as an information sharing platform in serious situations as well. The social networking giant has announced a new tool, which lets users notify their family and friends that they are safe during or after natural disasters.
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The tool, named "Safety Check," will soon be available globally to over
Moti Engineering will deliver the machines within 60 days; with this order, Moti will have supplied a total of 949 ATMs to Ethiopian banks.
If you’ve been involved with information security for more than a decade, you’ve probably heard of Rootkit Hunter or rkhunter, a software whose primary goal is to discover malware and local exploits o…
On a day when system administrators were already taxed addressing several security updates released by Microsoft, Oracle, and Adobe, there is now word of a new security hole discovered in a basic protocol used for encrypting web traffic. Its name is POODLE, which stands for Padding Oracle on Downgraded Legacy Encryption, and it was discovered […]
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