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Category: E-payment & Security


E-payment & Security, Technology

WPA3 will improve your Wi-Fi security, if your router supports it

June 26, 2018

Via: Apple Insider

WPA3 makes behind-the-scenes changes not immediately visible to users to how devices connect to each other, specifically to make it as hard as possible for an attacker to access the network. Even if users create passwords for a Wi-Fi network […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

Research: Cryptocurrency exchanges have pretty weak password security

March 22, 2018

Via: TheNextWeb

Paranoid cryptocurrency traders might want to go the extra mile and set up an even stronger password than their preferred exchange desk suggests. New research indicates that most exchanges in the blockchain space allow users to create accounts with poorly […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

How protect your business against a cyber attack

January 12, 2018

Via: Smart Insights

Whether you’ve had any issues so far with cyber-attacks or not, one thing can’t be denied: they pose a big risk to the security of your business. And, unfortunately, they’re also more likely to happen to you than you may […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

Here’s How Your Favorite Services Will Be Hacked in 2018

December 13, 2017

Via: Inc.com

Uber is not alone in its reliance on Amazon Web Services, but it may be a bellwether, since the digital solution du jour may have led directly to the catastrophic data breach the embattled taxi-killer deigned to disclose. It is […]


E-payment & Security, Mobile, Products, Technology

Apple: Touch ID was never planned for iPhone X because Face ID is the future

October 31, 2017

Via: TheNextWeb

When the iPhone X rumor mill began churning everything seemed to suggest Apple tried to fit a Touch ID sensor under the display, but failed. Now Apple is flatly denying those rumors, saying it spent “no time looking at fingerprints” […]


App & Site design, E-payment & Security, Mobile Commerce, Technology

Facebook Messenger teams up with PayPal for payments

October 20, 2017

Via: TheNextWeb

Facebook users are getting a new way to pay eachother with Messenger. Well, actually an old one – starting today, people in the US will be able to pay eachother using PayPal. To set up PayPal, just initiate a payment […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

300 Google Play Store Apps Are Discovered to Contain Malware

August 30, 2017

Via: Inc.com

They looked like storage managers, video players, and ringtones, among other things. If you downloaded them from the Google Play store, they would indeed do whatever they were supposed to. But in the background, they would also take over your […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

Walmart, Google Enter Voice-Shopping Fray

August 25, 2017

Via: Ecommerce Times

Walmart and Google, two of Amazon’s biggest rivals, on Wednesday announced a partnership that will let customers use Google’s Home speaker and a number of voice-assisted mobile devices to shop online at Walmart. Their mutual goal is to eat away […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

Barclays iPhone app update allows for payments to be sent to contacts with Siri

August 21, 2017

Via: Apple Insider

Payments are limited to people in the user’s iPhone contact list, or existing payees through the bank. Users command Siri to make the payment, and the transaction is authenticated with Touch ID. Barclays does not that there are “single and […]


E-payment & Security, Technology

Google Chrome is making it much easier to inspect security certificates

July 27, 2017

Via: TheNextWeb

Google Chrome is making it easier to inspect how secure the websites you visit are without having to leave the page. The latest iteration of the browser brings back the ability to effortlessly look up certificate details straight from the security […]