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A wallet from Manor to protect sensitive credit card data. The same effect is with aluminum foil to achieve them.
Manor has a recipe against data espionage in the range: a so-called RFID CARD wallet for CHF 49. It is to protect sensitive data on RFID chips from credit cards. RFID stands for radio frequency identification.
In Switzerland alone by the card issuer Viseca over 700,000 such cards with radio chips in circulation. There are MasterCards of Raiffeisen, Migros Bank, Bank Coop and the cantonal banks.
With an rfid inlay customers can pay by holding the card near a reader or payment terminal. Amounts up to 40 francs be debited automatically - without PIN or signature. The risk here: With a mobile reader thieves could the cardholders unnoticed credit to the credit card debit (balance 15/11). Prior to the Manor Wallet is designed to protect.
The money you can save, however. Heinz Mathis of the University of Applied Sciences in Rapperswil: "Such credit can combo cards in aluminum foil." It costs virtually nothing. And the radio signal will thereby also blocked.
Ticket-Revolution: From 2015, public transport subscriptions are equipped with a chip. This allows identification of travelers and their travel tickets. The innovation first meets the GA and Half customers.
On the so-called "public transport cards" only the identity of the subscription owner are recorded. Your privacy will thus observed, the SBB and the Association of Public Transport insured today at a media conference.
The control staff will check the chip with recording equipment. Then only the nature and validity of the ticket are visible.
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