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Encryption Security

Citibank Tries to Hush ATM Crypto Vulnerability 410

Posted by michael
from the be-vewwy-vewwy-qweit dept.
palme999 writes "Citibank is trying to get a gag order for new vulnerabilities found in the cryptographic equipment commonly used to protect the PINs of ATM transactions. The vulnerabilities came to light during a court case involving 'phantom' ATM transactions that users deny making but that banks still charge to customers accounts because they claim their systems are secure."
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Citibank Tries to Hush ATM Crypto Vulnerability

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