Chip & Pin Problems

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Pork_Pie, Apr 22, 2009.

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  1. Indy Article

    Rather scary story about Chip & Pin security, suggesting usual security measures (card in sight at all times, not allowing others to see pin no.,etc), can be inadequate.

     
  2. Chip and pin was only ever about protecting the card vendor, not the public. I wonder how this'll square up in the courts next time the firms try the 'our papers are in order' routine in a dispute over card fraud?