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Was just doing some filing and noticed that the NAB EFT receipts show full card details including expiry date! Surely thats a bit of a risk, most of the other ...
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    NAB EFTPOS machines a security risk.

    Was just doing some filing and noticed that the NAB EFT receipts show full card details including expiry date! Surely thats a bit of a risk, most of the other bank machines just show certain digits! Ironically I am pretty sure that contravenes PCI compliance, which banks insist for their merchants!

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    Re: NAB EFTPOS machines a security risk.

    NAB just responded on Twitter, markis10

    "Thanks for letting us know, this is unusual. If the customer or merchant can contact us directly we'll investigate"

    https://twitter.com/#!/NAB/status/193233047674560512

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    Re: NAB EFTPOS machines a security risk.

    Is it an old terminal? Some of the old terminals do show the full credit card number and expiry.

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    Re: NAB EFTPOS machines a security risk.

    I hazard a guess it's an older machine and your transaction was done "offline". Have seen this before.

    And yes, AFAIK it is in breach of PCI standards and the machine needs a firmware/physical upgrade.

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