Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 2nd May 2011 22:27 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption "Nikkei.com on Monday reported that an online Sony gaming network has once again fallen victim to a cyberattack. This time, the attack may have exposed the credit card numbers of thousands of Sony customers from around the world. According to the report, over 12,700 customer credit card numbers were stolen during a breach of Sony’s online gaming network, Sony Online Entertainment. According to Nikkei.com, Sony discovered the possible attack on Sunday."
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RE: Comment by kvarbanov
by WereCatf on Tue 3rd May 2011 08:34 UTC in reply to "Comment by kvarbanov"
WereCatf
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Well, it depends on the account type you have with your bank, as well as the card type. If it's Visa Electron debit card, yes, you can use it online, but only if the vendor supports that type of payment and transactions, still however, you need to supply your PIN, otherwise it's a no-go.


I have one and that assertion is indeed incorrect. I've never had to use the PIN code when doing online transactions.

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