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What if we buy from online stores that do not have the 3-D Secure protocol?

Every day e-commerce is growing by leaps and bounds, and virtual stores are no stranger to receiving chargebacks for fraudulent transactions that users are claiming for some kind of online fraud they have been exposed to. Therefore, it is necessary to consider what are the positive and negative factors that both banks and online businesses should consider when processing an online purchase transaction.

ATMs may be affected by WannaCry

There is a serious malware cyber threat called “WannaCry” that is impacting many organizations worldwide. This type of threat is known as ransomware. It will encrypt the files on your end-points running Microsoft operating system software, rendering them inaccessible. ATMs are at risk of this attack. Additionally, this malware attempts to infect other end-points on the same network. Manufacturers have taken steps to respond to this threat.

Security vulnerabilities on Intel AMT chips on ATM motherboards

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Intel has disclosed a vulnerability within the firmware of its Active Management Technology (AMT) feature. Intel has advised that the vulnerability could allow an unprivileged network attacker to gain system privileges.
This vulnerability exists in first generation and later Intel Core processor family and Q-Series chip sets. NCR has used this technology in ATMs that were manufactured later than 2011. The PC cores in NCR ATMs shipped prior to 2011 do not have this vulnerability.


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