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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a warning for retailers that "Backoff," a new malware targeting retailers' point-of-sale (POS) systems, could leave retailers vulnerable to attacks that could result in compromise of consumer payment information.
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From rfid to paypal, truckstop operators are giving customers more ways to pay while moving them in and out of the location faster
Love’s Travel Stops announced it is completing the addition of a radio frequency ID, or RFID, -enabled payment system at its travel stop locations.
Gilbarco Veeder-Root and PayPal have teamed up to make PayPal an accepted payment method at tens of thousands of fueling stations around the U.S. Gilbarco said the move will allow retailers to connect more effectively with customers and simplify the way people pay for fuel and purchase in-store items. Through the partnership, Gilbarco gains access to a new user base--PayPal’s 125 million global users and the 55 million Americans who use a PayPal account right now, while also giving merchants using Gilbarco's equipment the ability to sell additional items through PayPal Wallet.
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