Tag Archives: Asynchronous transfer mode

Elitism’s Big Security Hole

By | September 1, 2006

You would expect that if you choose an elite, premium product or service that it was more secure than its lesser, bog standard one. But after an incident today I’m not so sure. I happen to have a fancy premium account at my bank. I didn’t really want it, and object to such things on champagne socialist grounds,… Read More »

Cash With a Human Face

By | February 19, 2006

Here’s a useful innovation for foiling scammers stealing money from ATMs with their heads covered to avoid identification: a system which “can distinguish between someone whose face is covered or uncovered, and only grant access to those who bare their faces.” No face, no dosh According to Taiwan’s Central News Agency (no story URL available; first paragraph here),… Read More »