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Bugs in Mobile Credit Card Readers Could Expose Buyers


Aug 9, 2018 7:00 PM - 1 mon, 2 week, 14 hour, 57 min ago

Excerpt: Card readers used by popular companies like Square and PayPal have several security flaws that could result in customers getting majorly ripped off.... Read More

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