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     Credit card skimmer installed in 3 seconds - (malraux) - (21)
         Very smooth! - (a6l6e6x) - (14)
             I use my phone wherever possible - (pwhysall) - (13)
                 My CC went chip a few weeks ago. - (Another Scott) - (10)
                     You have no idea the number of combinations possible - (drook) - (8)
                         USA! USA! USA!! :-/ -NT - (Another Scott)
                         " if the chip read fails - rare," the readers however fail a lot - (boxley) - (6)
                             And your check has all the information needed to access your checking account with a forgery. -NT - (a6l6e6x) - (1)
                                 so do most of my credit cards, happened twice last year. -NT - (boxley)
                             Unpossible! - (drook) - (1)
                                 unable to read card several times, then swipe and decline about 1/3 of the readers fail at walmart -NT - (boxley)
                             For the past year or two, I've been using cash 99% of the time. -NT - (mmoffitt) - (1)
                                 Luddite! :) - (a6l6e6x)
                     Technically, it is chip + signature - (scoenye)
                 Is this you? - (drook) - (1)
                     not really - (pwhysall)
         Aaannnndddd... now a chip card skimmer. - (malraux) - (5)
             I can't wait until we have to use 15 digit pins with 5 special characters.... -NT - (Another Scott) - (2)
                 :-D -NT - (malraux)
                 to be changed every 60 days with a diff of 6 -NT - (boxley)
             TIME SINK WARNING! -NT - (drook)
             Well. damn! - (a6l6e6x)
     Analysis of a keylogger - (drook) - (1)
         It sure beats looking over someone's shoulder. -NT - (a6l6e6x)
     Holy !@#$%^&*( - (drook) - (5)
         Bluetooth requires "associating" the device to the computer. Does it not? -NT - (a6l6e6x) - (3)
             You would think - (drook) - (2)
                 That does not say what you think it says - (scoenye) - (1)
                     Ah, makes sense -NT - (drook)
         why you turn off usb access in work laptops, no cd access either, application control on - (boxley)
     "Extremely severe bug leaves dizzying number of software and devices vulnerable" - (a6l6e6x) - (7)
         glibc is a big monster of a project. - (static) - (1)
             CentOS patch available last night at around 7PM. -NT - (mmoffitt)
         The "many eyes" thing was always bollocks - (pwhysall) - (4)
             If "bollocks = true but misleading" then yes - (drook) - (3)
                 The statement was quite specific - (pwhysall) - (2)
                     "Enough" is a set that includes "all of them" -NT - (drook) - (1)
                         it has been a looong time since I eyeballed code before naking a kernel and installing it -NT - (boxley)
     I'm sure we all know this, but this is a nice writeup of WiFi (in)security - (drook) - (4)
         Very good. - (Another Scott) - (3)
             turn wifi off on your phone and laptop -NT - (boxley)
             Part & parcel of WiFi - (scoenye)
             also in a different note don't pay bills online here - (boxley)
     One writer's "top 10" list of security apps. - (Another Scott)
     I did not know this until today about android phones - (boxley)
     WP: Linus on Linux kernel security and more. - (Another Scott) - (27)
         Re: WP: Linus on Linux kernel security and more. - (pwhysall) - (1)
             Interesting. I wonder how new that is. :-( -NT - (Another Scott)
         I believe it's been proven that you cannot have a system that can be verified to be virus-proof. - (boxley) - (19)
             And don't turn it on -NT - (drook)
             Fred Cohen in 1987. - (Another Scott)
             And that only works if you trust the compiler, too. :-) -NT - (malraux) - (16)
                 back in those days we built the compilers :-) -NT - (boxley) - (14)
                     Ah, but what did you compile them with? - (malraux) - (13)
                         Oooh. Nice. Thanks muchly. (Interesting comments too.) -NT - (Another Scott)
                         assembler, required for a cs degree in 1992 - (boxley) - (11)
                             Who wrote the assembler? - (pwhysall) - (10)
                                 Beat me to it. - (malraux) - (1)
                                     FTW! - (Another Scott)
                                 I wrote the assembler for the machine code but ya got me using a hex editor -NT - (boxley) - (7)
                                     Did you poke the holes out of the paper tape with a pin? No? Pussy -NT - (drook) - (6)
                                         that was before my time sorry -NT - (boxley)
                                         Where does using a Flexowriter fit? - (a6l6e6x) - (4)
                                             You ... win? - (drook) - (1)
                                                 Alex and Skip win all those argies hands down -NT - (boxley)
                                             :-) - (Another Scott) - (1)
                                                 Well, it was the TX-0 computer, and a historical machine. - (a6l6e6x)
                 Just the compiler? - (scoenye)
         Not quite nonsensical - (scoenye) - (4)
             O_o - (malraux)
             Sure, but... - (Another Scott)
             Why even bother hacking the kernel? - (pwhysall) - (1)
                 Indeed -NT - (scoenye)
     new (to me) email scam - (boxley)
     Diceware passwords for fun and profit - (Another Scott) - (1)
         And probably no relation to India's PM Modi. :) - (a6l6e6x)
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