Not So Surprisingly, Those Mobile Payment Systems Aren’t Always Trustworthy

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We’ve all used them in the last few years. While paying for lunch in a small restaurant, buying something in an independently-operated business, or paying for a service, instead of being met with a standard card reader to swipe our card, we’re met with a card reader that’s connected to a smartphone or tablet that swipes our card and asks us to sign for our purchase on the screen with either a stylus or our finger. You probably won’t be that surprised to find out that mobile payment systems aren’t always trustworthy. Probe of Mobile Payment Systems Positive Technologies conducted

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