1. kilofoxtrot's Avatar
    11-08-2011 01:47 PM
  2. CynicX's Avatar
    While security is a concern it will be nice when I can just go some place, set the phone on a pad of some sort, "is this amount correct?", yes, leave.....
    11-08-2011 01:53 PM
  3. racedog's Avatar
    While security is a concern it will be nice when I can just go some place, set the phone on a pad of some sort, "is this amount correct?", yes, leave.....
    I am so old school!!! This kind of stuff makes me almost pass out. The security issues are so huge that I probably would not even consider using NFC (even if I could) for a long, long time.

    I do a lot of flying and I see people in airports all the time on public wireless networks, checking email, logging into bank accounts etc. When I'm in an airport or on a public network the only thing I do is to check news on CNN or MSNBC, I NEVER, EVER go to a website that requires a login unless I am sure that it is a secure login and even then would never log into a bank or the like.
    11-08-2011 02:49 PM
  4. stevozip's Avatar
    I am so old school!!! This kind of stuff makes me almost pass out. The security issues are so huge that I probably would not even consider using NFC (even if I could) for a long, long time.

    I do a lot of flying and I see people in airports all the time on public wireless networks, checking email, logging into bank accounts etc. When I'm in an airport or on a public network the only thing I do is to check news on CNN or MSNBC, I NEVER, EVER go to a website that requires a login unless I am sure that it is a secure login and even then would never log into a bank or the like.
    Check this link out: NXP's NFC Solution Implemented in Galaxy Nexus From Google - MarketWatch

    Pay special attention to the part that talks about the PN65N. I think your security concerns are unnecessary, but I'm no expert.
    11-08-2011 06:22 PM
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