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if BoI need to verify a transaction out-of-band, they send an SMS to the cardholder asking them to call an unpublished number which diverts to a UK number before demanding all their card details; exactly the modus operandi of a phish. wtf are they thinking?
This link recently saved by jm on February 24, 2009
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'DarkMarket.ws, an online watering hole for thousands of identify thieves, hackers and credit card swindlers, has been secretly run by an FBI cybercrime agent for the last two years, until its voluntary shutdown earlier this month.' omg that's awesome
This link recently saved by jm on September 15, 2008
tour operator/airline went bust, leaving its customers well in the lurch. Those who booked flights directly on their website, using a debit card, have lost their money. Most travel insurance doesn't cover airline collapse. Moral: use a credit card
This link recently saved by jm on February 27, 2008
more failures of basic chip-and-PIN terminal security. 'This attack can capture the card’s PIN because UK banks have opted to issue cheaper cards that do not use asymmetric cryptography to encrypt data between the card and [terminal].'
This link recently saved by jm on January 08, 2008
Ross Anderson's team via the Grauniad. "Now that banks completely control the reporting and prosecution of card fraud, they can cover up anything that's too embarrassing -- we'll probably only learn of a new modus operandi via police overseas."
This link recently saved by jm on May 06, 2007
This link recently saved by jm on February 18, 2007
featuring this: 'after your arrest, although handcuffed, you leapt into the air and switched off the power supply, causing at least four computers to power down and the triggering of unusual and very sophisticated computer encryption systems.' craziness