Why every terminal in the Banking Network needs to be secured

Why every terminal in the Banking Network needs to be secured

We now have the technology, to record every session of every terminal via screen capture, and video cameras to record the users, and a secure partition which cannot be access by unauthorised personnels, to record every keystroke and mouse movements, there will be no-way there will be any unauthorised access, I have created the ultimate network, even atm machines I can secure in the same way, if you need internet access banking even the servers will be monitored, it is so secure not even a fly can try to break in, the ultimate in secure banking.

PS : All the new atm banking terminals have been upgraded to deter skimming cards and once it is introduced, there will be an instant warning where the bank’s administrators are immediately notified, scammers beware, you can also be traced when you use a scammed card. There is a unique ID code that is embedded into the magnetic strip which no one has access before data is written on it, so scammers cannot copy or duplicate it, and there is no way anyone knows how to control the processes to load the codes or deny or hack it, so virtually if you scam you sure get caught.

– Contributed by Oogle

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Multiple OS, Security, Data & Internet , Interests include AI and Big Data, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader. I am capable of finding any answers in the world you want as long as there are reports available online for me to do my own research to bring you closest to all the unsolved mysteries in this world, because I can find all the paths to the Truth, and what the Future holds. All I need is to observe, test and probe to research on anything I want, what you need to do will take months to achieve, all I need is a few hours.​

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