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PayPal accounts are getting abused en-masse for unauthorized payments

Hackers have found a bug in PayPal’s Google Pay integration and are now using it to buy products online and incur unauthorized charges to PayPal accounts. Click here to view

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We live in the age of digital fraud. In the last three financial years, the RBI reports that India has been the target of thousands of digital fraud schemes. Unfortunately,

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Consumers Prefer Biometric Authentication to Passwords

Passwords are a double-edged sword: they are meant to protect information, but they are also frustrating with so many to remember and manage. A recent Visa survey showed that 68%

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PayThink New ways to pay require new approaches to security

As we move into a new decade, it seems fitting to reflect on changes our world has seen – from how we consume media and the ubiquity of the smartphone,

Identity Theft

One Day, Three Credit Card Data Breach Notifications

On the same day this week, two restaurants and a convenience store, all with locations across the U.S., disclosed security breach incidents that may have enabled attackers to steal customer

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PayThink Host card emulation’s a key tech, but it has security holes

The rise of smartphone-based ‘tap-to-pay’ payments shows no signs of slowing down. It is estimated that mobile payments will amount to $14 trillion by 2022. To keep up with this trend, banks

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VISA Alerts North America Regarding POS Malware Attacks On Gas Pumps

VISA has recently issued a cybersecurity alert for the residents of North America. VISA has noticed a wave of POS malware attacks at various fuel dispensing systems in the region.

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FBI takes down cyber crime ring that perpetrated various BEC scams

Following the extradition of a prolific Nigerian cyber criminal to the United States, law enforcement authorities have successfully taken down a cyber crime ring that committed various cyber crimes such


Vulnerability in fully patched Android phones under active attack by bank thieves

A vulnerability in millions of fully patched Android phones is being actively exploited by malware that’s designed to drain the bank accounts of infected users, researchers said on Monday. Click

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Corporate cyber-security for the 2020s: is it time for your enterprise to begin exploring a zero trust model?

Wondering why you keep hearing about cyber-security breaches every other day and questioning whether your current protection measures are fit for purpose? You’re wise to do so. In 2020 Australia,