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LG's 'White Card' could replace all your credit and debit cards

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So what keeps the waiter/waitress from accidentally hitting the forward or back button and you end up paying with a card you didn't intend to...........?

 

I'm sorry Sir, but the computer said your card was declined and instructed me to cut it in half. Here are most of the pieces...

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I want one for all the loyalty cards for gas stations supermarkets auto parts stores library cards .............

That is what the Key Ring app is for.

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I want one for all the loyalty cards for gas stations supermarkets auto parts stores library cards .............

That is what the Key Ring app is for.
I will try that.

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Hope it works better than their appliances

This This This This This.

 

OMG. This. They make the worlds WORST appliances. And there TV's aren't much better.

Actually their OLED TVs are some of the best TVs ever made...

 

Agree somewhat on appliances.

 

I doubt they'll release this in the US.

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EMV is a serious problem for these cards. I don't think it is possible to make this work without exploitng vulnerabilities in the card processing networks. Even if they did exploit these vulnerabilities they are one system patch away from a useless product and frustrated customers.

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EMV is a serious problem for these cards. I don't think it is possible to make this work without exploitng vulnerabilities in the card processing networks. Even if they did exploit these vulnerabilities they are one system patch away from a useless product and frustrated customers.

 

Interesting thought. So, are you saying that hackers might exploit the changeable EMV section in the cards to close legit CCs? I thought there was some crypto security that prevents that.

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EMV is a serious problem for these cards. I don't think it is possible to make this work without exploitng vulnerabilities in the card processing networks. Even if they did exploit these vulnerabilities they are one system patch away from a useless product and frustrated customers.

 

Interesting thought. So, are you saying that hackers might exploit the changeable EMV section in the cards to close legit CCs? I thought there was some crypto security that prevents that.

 

 

Yep. Don't see any way they can incorporate an EMV that replicates the CC EMVs.

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EMV is a serious problem for these cards. I don't think it is possible to make this work without exploitng vulnerabilities in the card processing networks. Even if they did exploit these vulnerabilities they are one system patch away from a useless product and frustrated customers.

 

Interesting thought. So, are you saying that hackers might exploit the changeable EMV section in the cards to clone legit CCs? I thought there was some crypto security that prevents that.

Yep. Don't see any way they can incorporate an EMV that replicates the CC EMVs.

So you're not saying that hackers will be able to clone CCs, but that it's not feasible to implement EMV in the Plastc card? More vaporware?

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