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If your debit card has an NFC chip on it (the "tap to pay"), it's possible. This presentation discusses two methods. One is skimming an NFC card and using the recovered data for making Card Not Present transactions online. The other is called a "pre-play" attack, where "future transactions" are skimmed from the card in your pocket, and used to make ...


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Q1: Yes. The link for MagStripe reader and encoder 1 does exactly that. Can read credit or debit and write it to a new blank card and can also erase data on an existing card. the MSR605 comes with software to do all of this. These machines can clone ANY card with a mag stripe. Gift cards, hotel cards, rewards cards, credit cards, id cards, etc. Q2: Yes. you ...



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