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WildMonkey 2 years ago
Who's the brilliant genius that thought that credit cards that transmit your info was a good idea?
prekazi 2 years ago
Someone stole all my credit cards, but I won't be reporting it. The thief spends less than my wife did.
ruhk 2 years ago
"can I say this? Sonovabitch!"
SamPsychedelic 2 years ago
thanx to snotr...ill be rich soon
MajorIdea 2 years ago
If this keeps going we're going to have to wrap ourselves in foil...
psBigFanSnotr 2 years ago
Well, I've ordered myself one of them card reading devices. Let the fraud BEGIN.
skeletron 2 years ago
Thank god I'm always wearing my trusty tin foil underwear!
Geekster (admin) 2 years ago
Just amazing how far thieves can go...
Mourialaid 2 years ago
Everyone has a weird side, especially about wireless, like when thinking about sex, it makes brain stop working.
Never underestimate the power of the bad idea: "let's make it wireless"!!
Because, about wireless, everybody will always tend to go forward blindly, like sexually excited.
As an example, soon some monkeys will install wireless systems to control train railroad tracks switches! It will create new opportunities for making serious pranks!
loadrunner 2 years ago
Poor me, having no creditcards, only cash .... next time they invent a way to read all cardss in a train by a simple cellphone app. and collecting million dollars instantly, transfering it into a stolen account, then to an other account in Russia. and money is gone.
Could be a movieplot, but reality is close...
etplayer 2 years ago
Never thought Id see my local news anchor, Guy Atchley on SNOTR.
ValdeLevis 2 years ago
I remember when Mobil introduced the Speedpass, before the Exxon merger. I saw this coming back then. Sure enough, credit and debit cards, drivers licenses and passports, pretty much like I imagined it would be.
Convenience? Yeah! Right! RFID is like a “friend” you don't dare turn your back on.
bzzt 2 years ago
To snotr admins: I got a warning in both chrome and firefox that snotr is not safe and conatins viruses..
mmmendal 2 years ago
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Firebird 2 years ago
#13 me too,
Firefox and opera: "www.snotr.com Page contains malware"
what's going on?
Granko 2 years ago
Well, the issue in not that you can electronically read the card data. The issue is that reading/taking picture of a card (which should not be a problem for any rough seller) is all you need - flipping card for a second on a way o card reader and little better camera on the ceilin is all he needs. BTW portable POS terminals are trasmitting unecrypted data so the only protection layer is the Wifi the terminal uses...
makbeth 2 years ago
At the end she says that thieves cant profit from this crime. They obviously can, so i wonder why she says that. two things come to mind. either as a deterrent to all the criminals they just gave a cc fraud tutorial to, or to stem the panic of the masses :/
Either way, it speaks volumes about how much respect they have for their audience if they think anyone will believe such a pathetic lie.
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