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Real-Time Hackers Foil Two- Factor Security http://www.technologyreview.com/computing/23488/ "One-time password technology and other additional security measures can raise the bar against attackers but will not keep them out forever. Everything is breakable." This article, posted September 18th, pertains to the threatened security of internet banking. Companies and citizens alike relying on the internet for their banking transactions are learning that it is not as secure as once thought, and that malicious programs out there can draw the maximum limit from your account within minutes, even with one-time password technology. The security of internet banking relates to this class because we trust the internet as secure for banking
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Unformatted text preview: use, but we are blindly mistaken if we believe that these malicious programs won't adapt to our heightened measures of security, such as one-time password technology. I recently read another article on the policies of banks and how they prefer to deduct money from your account faster than posting your deposits. This compounds the issue of internet banking security, in that they may charge you for overdrafting, even if it wasn't your fault, but the hacker's. Multiple levels of enhanced security are the best option, but there's always a mattress to hide your stash if nothing else....
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