What are some of the dangers of RFID credit cards?

Answer Some new credit cards come implanted with a RFID (radio frequency identification) chip that allows them to be read without passing them through a card scanner. Unfortunately, this technology does h... Read More »

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What are some dangers of rfid credit cards?

Some credit cards are embedded with radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags that bear information readable via radio waves from up to several yards away. The potential for intercepting RFID tran... Read More »

How to Keep RFID Credit Cards Safe?

RFID embedded cards use radio frequencies to transmit data. You can use these cards at stores and restaurants to pay for your purchases without having to swipe your card through a scanner. The RFID... Read More »

Can RFID scanners really steal info from credit cards I have also heard certain cell phones can also?

NFC devices can read RFID chips within an effective distance of 2cm (max per IEEE protocol is 10 cm). All Cellular phones now do have NFC protocol and UARTS installed because bluetooth is an NFC pr... Read More »

How to Teach Teens About the Dangers of Credit Cards?

Credit card companies are increasing their marketing to teenagers. Many teens don't know much about credit card debt, but issuers sure do know a lot about them, and they want their business. As a r... Read More »