Credit Card Terminals Stop Working Due to Expired Certificates

Thousands of credit card terminals shut down earlier this month, but for once, it wasn't the result of a data breach. Payment terminals made by Hypercom were originally developed with a 10-year expiration date on their cryptographic certificates. Those certificates … Continue reading

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A credit union in Baltimore is testing a biometric ATM that could help curb ATM ...
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Millennials may have a false sense of confidence about their personal finances according to a ...
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China's only bank is working on a new app for Android phones that will allow ...
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When some people think about buying locally, they hop over to Craigslist and see what ...
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Bebe Stores Confirms Credit Card Breach Women's clothier chain Bebe stores inc. confirmed that hackers ...
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MasterCard recently announced it will be entering Canada's debit card market in 2015 in an ...
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Three potential buyers have emerged to take over Citigroup's credit card business in Japan. Citi ...
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The LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Rate Report is based on our Complete Credit Card Index which tracks the advertised rates of ...
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Holiday spending is picking up steam throughout the United States as shoppers buy gifts for ...
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