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new-incentives-for-pci-compliance-from-visa

Visa's CEO hinted during a keynote speach that Visa may be looking at increasing incentives for PCI compliance.

Coghlan’s reference to incentives for compliance with the Payment Card Industry data-security standard follows a year that saw major hacker breaches of databases containing sensitive card information, including PINs for debit cards. “We need to do a better job with data security,” Coghlan said.

new-installation-tutorial-published

We have published completely new installation documentation on howtoforge.com:

new-non-profit-educational-discounts-plus-pay-what

Today we announced a new pricing program for home users: pay what you want. This variable payment plan for home users is based on the recent bands that have tested this system (Radiohead and NIN). But the trigger was also the free for home use offer for SSL-Explorer>. I have, of course, seen a lot of free for home use enterprise software and we may yet go there. But I also believe that this should be an interesting experiment.

two-factor-authentication-hysteria-continues


As I predicted, the hysteria around the , well, hysteria in the information security blogosphere, which is a pretty small part of the blogosphere.

new-software-token-release-fixes-compilation-error

We've released version 3.0.9 of the J2SE software token. If you downloaded 3.0.8 and found it didn't work it was because it was accidentally compiled with Java 6. If you were running Java 6, you didn't notice.

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