Today, and over the next three weeks, MasterCard's 'Fare Free Mondays' promotion will cover the cost of travelling anywhere on London's public transport network, when you touch in with Apple Pay.
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The password-based authentication systems from Visa and MasterCard are to be upgraded with a new 3D Secure 2.0 standard, which launches next year and will eventually support biometric authentication.
A hacker going by the name of Reckz0r or "Jeremy", claims to have gained over 50GB of data from Visa and Mastercard customers, it would be wise to watch your credit info closely.
Credit card companies Visa and MasterCard have reported that a data breach at a US-based processor has recently occurred and may have exposed up to 10 million credit card numbers.
Nexus S users can now use Google Wallet, the company's first "tap and go" payment solution if they're on the Sprint network. The technology uses NFC and will soon support most major credit cards.
Police have charged a man under the Computer Misuse Act. Peter David Gibson allegedly carried out hacks against a number of companies as part of hacking collective Anonymous and faces 10 years in jail
It has been more than half a year since Visa and MasterCard faced DDoS attacks from Anonymous and WikiLeaks supporters for holding back financial donations to the whistleblower organization. In an announcement made earlier today,...
Near field communication technology is nothing new. In fact, some credit cards already have the technology built in to them. What is new, at least for those outside of Japan, is using NFC for payments...
Five males have been taken into custody this morning, after their attacks against websites like PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and Amazon. The massive online group called 'Anonymous' was successful in disrupting service to the websites, all...
It seems that Anonymous has suffered its first casualty in their cyber war on Wikileaks detractors. In the Netherlands, a 16 year old boy has been arrested for contributing to the Distributed Denial of Service...
After Amazon pulled the plug on WikiLeaks' hosting solution with the company, others soon followed suit. PayPal announced that they have cut off donation support for the whistleblowing site, and on Monday, MasterCard took the...
Shares of online payment system PayPal fell 2% Friday on news that MasterCard would no longer work with third-party credit card payment systems. PayPal is working hard to get an exemption from the...