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wsj-on-rfid-smashers

There is a front-page article in today's WSJ about people smashing their RFID-enabled credit cards due to security concerns. Subscription required, sorry.

you-might-need-two-factor-authentication

According to this VNUnet article Great North Eastern Railway "inadvertently printed system passwords in a magazine available to thousands of passengers".

are-companies-under-reporting-breaches

A while back, I read in Brian Krebs' blog that "colleges and universities were more than twice as likely to report a breach as any other entity, followed by government agencies (17 percent) and businesses (15 percent)." (Emphasis mine.). A well-worded sentence that got me to wondering if significant under-reporting occuring.

anonymous-two-factor-authentication-as-a-turing


You can now add comments to the blog, but you must first prove to me that you are a human by logging in using WiKID Strong Authentication. Interestingly, this is still anonymous, because I am using the Token Client Test domain, which requires no identification to configure (it was set up as a simple way to test the WiKID token clients). So, it is an anonymous two-factor authentication CAPTCHA of sorts.

merchants-are-not-going-to-make-the-pci-dss

No surprise there, security is hard. Read the story on PCI compliance at Dark Reading

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