On Fri, 06 Feb 2009 16:37:18 +0000, Doug Mentohl wrote:
The Royal Bank of Scotland Groupʼs RBS Worldpay has fallen victim to a
hack reported to have netted $9 million (£6.1 million) in a worldwide
automated teller machine (ATM) scam ..
ATMs from 49 cities were hit, which included Atlanta, New York,
Montreal, Moscow and Hong Kong. At the time, RBS Worldpay admitted that
the information of 1.5 million cardholders and other individuals could
have been affected ..
Funny, but I wonder why you didn't go to Netcraft and show what technology
Worldpay uses for it's web sites. I suspect I know the reason. Let's
Netblock Owner IP address OS Web Server Last changed
Entanet Customer 188.8.131.52 Linux Apache 30-Nov-2008
So, it seems clear that Worldpay uses Linux servers for their technology,
which probably means their processing system is Linux or Unix based as