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What Happens When the ‘Internet of Things’ Comes to ATM Skimmers

When Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers extols the virtues of the so-called Internet of Things, this clearly isn’t what he has in mind. Criminals engaged in skimming — stealing people’s payment card information by tampering with ATM PIN pads and gas station credit-card readers — are now exploiting wireless technology to pull off their schemes

Target Hackers Stole Encrypted Credit Card Codes

Hackers who attacked Target and compromised up to 40 million credit cards and debit cards also managed to steal encrypted personal identification numbers, according to a senior payments executive familiar with the situation. One major U.S. bank fears that the thieves would be able to crack the encryption code and make fraudulent withdrawals from consumer

All “Cyber Monday-Week” 2013 Deals, Discounts, and Free Shipping With Coupon Codes

Cyber Monday 2013 deals and discounts are still much ado about coupon codes on December 2, 2013 for the online Internet retail shopping websites that are choosing to participate in the annual fabricated Cyber Monday sales event. Cyber Monday was originally designed as a separate annual event on the retail industry sales calendar. But in

Black Friday comes early for small retailers: Free $900 hardware offer


(expires Dec 6), Retail management is becoming more sophisticated—and yet easier—thanks to a powerhouse champion of small business: Intuit, Inc. The company continues to prove their point with QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013. In their most recent version: Seriously simplified merchant service account set-up Fully-integrated-out-of-the-box mobile capabilities And automation that makes short work of recurring