February 2005
Bank Technology News;Feb2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to bank technology in the U.S. Forecasts of growth for accounts-receivable conversion applications by the year 2007; Support granted by MasterCard to aid tsunami related phishing sites that urge consumers to got to a fraudulent Web site designed to steal credit card data; Capture of a 37-year old computer programmer for creating a Trojan horse software program capable of secretly recording Internet users through Webcams.


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