Payment & Security
As millions of people around the world pause to remember events of Sept. 11, 2001, hundreds of hackers, spammers and cyber-criminals are launching their own 9/11 assaults on computers, web sites and social networks worldwide. And next week may bring on the largest wave of 9/11 hacks and scams ever.
Millions of computers around the world are controlled by cybercriminals. By Casey Cross
Online traders offering goods for parcel delivery need to ensure they keep their customer data safe.
Nearly all (99.7%) of Google\'s Android phones are vulnerable to hackers, according to new research.
Three quarters of British consumers feel that they need more education on contactless technology before they start paying with contactless debit and credit cards or mobile phones, according to a new research study.
Trusteer has recently discovered a configuration of the SpyEye Trojan targeting Verizons online payment page and attempting to steal payment card information. The attack took place between May 7th and 13th.
As SMS spam volumes grow internationally users urged to be security aware and alert their operator to suspicious messages
Almost 50% of online merchants have reported that their sales are up on last year so far, despite the VAT increase in January, according to research by SecureTrading.
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