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Call Centers In The Bullseye
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margaretmbrooks
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margaretmbrooks,
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5/13/2016 | 2:04:41 AM
Pen is a good Knife
Emily Jhonson did an open call or an open write towards the fraud work at call centers. I read in somewhere "Pen is the right Knife". A good write up can be seen here. This is not only in US is is everywhere in the world. I hope you will keep this knife with you in future also.
williamibarra
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williamibarra,
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7/13/2017 | 10:11:05 AM
Re: Pen is a good Knife
nice article
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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5/31/2016 | 8:37:51 AM
EMV
"EMV has forced the criminals who favor card-present fraud to make a choice: move to a country without EMV chips, or simply stay at home and switch to card-not-present attacks."

...or exploit the MitM vulnerabilities particular to EMV (something EMV proponents like to conveniently forget to mention...but that's not any of my business).
RetiredUser
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RetiredUser,
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7/31/2017 | 3:48:53 PM
Re: EMV
Agreed.  Black Hat has been good on this topic (as has DR in writing about it).  Rapid7 exploits have opened more eyes on these vulnerabilities.  Numerous papers are written on EMV weaknesses and yet...


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