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Hotel POS and Magstripe Cards Vulnerable to Attacks, Brute-Forcing
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jmyerson
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jmyerson,
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8/3/2016 | 5:31:40 AM
Vulnerabilities lurk everywhere
This is the first time I saw this marvelous article of yours. Vulnerabilities lurk everywhere not just at the hotels.  We try to stay one or two steps ahead of the hackers throough security awareness, security training, better vulnerability management and better pentest tools and techniques.
T Sweeney
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T Sweeney,
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8/4/2016 | 1:58:37 PM
Re: Vulnerabilities lurk everywhere
Hi Judith... always good to hear from you. Yes, white hats and black hats, always in constant escalation with each other. Do you really think the white hats are one or two steps ahead most the time?
jmyerson
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jmyerson,
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8/4/2016 | 5:30:50 PM
Re: Vulnerabilities lurk everywhere
Hi Terry,

Yes I think white hats can be one or two steps ahead of black hats as long they are able to find and fix vulnerabilities in pentest tools.  A third party (legitimate, of course) discovered and reported to a vendor on a popular security tool's vulnerabilities,


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