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From: Martin Paljak (martinmartinpaljak.net)
Date: Wed Oct 16 2013 - 07:08:38 CDT
On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 2:22 PM, <J.Witvlietmindef.nl> wrote:
> (From BB)
> I wonder, how far are they compatible?
> With most pinpad readers, you can enter your PIN either from the Ppad, or from your normal keyboard.
> It seems (!) That with the ct710 you are forced to use the pinpad (protection against sloppy users/keyloggers)
It doesn't seem so but actually is so. The only way to send PIN
commands is through the pinpad. This effectively blocks most malware
from accessing keys which require user consent through PIN entry. It
is still possible to trick an unaware user into revealing a PIN by
prompting for it, but it will still be virtually impossible to
activate such key with the stolen PIN.
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