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  • / Technology

    Passwords are tripping up online buyers

    The struggle to understand why shoppers abandon their shopping carts continues. A new study shows that it's not the technology or the look of the site or the confusing array of buttons to push that cause shoppers not to complete a sale: It's that they forget their passwords. A survey of 4,000 online shoppers by BizRate.com, reveals that 91% forgot a password at a site with which they had previously registered. More than 40% of those who forgot...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    The struggle to understand why shoppers abandon their shopping carts continues. A new study shows that it's not the technology or the look of the site or the confusing array of buttons to push that cause shoppers not to complete a sale: It's that they forget their passwords. A survey of 4,000…

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    BizRate Browses, Buys

    BizRate.com, an online marketplace and consumer rating firm, has acquired EBoodle.com and will merge its browser companion with BizRate's existing technology to create a suite of online shopping tools. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Expected to be available this summer, the browser companion will travel with users as they shop on the Web, providing access to merchant ratings, comparison shopping information and personalized content....

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    BizRate.com, an online marketplace and consumer rating firm, has acquired EBoodle.com and will merge its browser companion with BizRate's existing technology to create a suite of online shopping tools. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Expected to be available this summer, the browser…
  • / Technology

    How to outwit Twitter hackers

    The ordeal lasted less than a day, and is now largely forgotten. But then again, that’s Twitter’s M.O. —short and sweet. That’s good for United Airlines, which probably would like to forget about an embarrassing Twitter-related incident last week.

    Posted 03/04/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    The ordeal lasted less than a day, and is now largely forgotten. But then again, that’s Twitter’s M.O. —short and sweet. That’s good for United Airlines, which probably would like to forget about an embarrassing Twitter-related incident last week.
  • / Technology

    New security tool guards against password-stealing keylogging

    A new security tool from StrikeForce Technologies is designed to block the growing use of keylogging spyware that steals consumers’ passwords and other personal data entered onto retail web sites.

    Posted 09/01/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A new security tool from StrikeForce Technologies is designed to block the growing use of keylogging spyware that steals consumers’ passwords and other personal data entered onto retail web sites.
  • / Technology

    Increases in keylogging incidents will hurt online retailers

    The growing use of keylogging spyware to steal consumers’ passwords and other personal data entered into retail sites will hurt online retailing if left unchecked, says George Waller, co-founder of StrikeForce Technologies.

    Posted 12/08/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The growing use of keylogging spyware to steal consumers’ passwords and other personal data entered into retail sites will hurt online retailing if left unchecked, says George Waller, co-founder of StrikeForce Technologies.
  • / Marketing

    Victoria's Secret relaunches site

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

  • / Technology

    Walmart.com becomes the 27th retailer to adopt Verified by Visa

    Walmart.com is the newest retail supporter of Verified by Visa, a security program that requires cardholders to key passwords into a pop-up security window to authenticate online purchases. Other major users include Target.com, CDNow, and 1-800-Flowers.

    Posted 04/02/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Walmart.com is the newest retail supporter of Verified by Visa, a security program that requires cardholders to key passwords into a pop-up security window to authenticate online purchases. Other major users include Target.com, CDNow, and 1-800-Flowers.
  • / Technology

    Hackers are stepping up attacks on retail sites, security firm says

    Attempts to break into retail sites increased by 161% in the July to November period compared with the first six months of this year, according to security firm SecureWorks.

    Posted 12/05/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Attempts to break into retail sites increased by 161% in the July to November period compared with the first six months of this year, according to security firm SecureWorks.
  • / Technology

    Target.com adopts Visa online customer authentication system

    Starting this fall, cardholders can register for “Verified by Visa” through card issuing banks. Electronic authentication reduces Target.com’s risk of fraud.

    Posted 07/25/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Starting this fall, cardholders can register for “Verified by Visa” through card issuing banks. Electronic authentication reduces Target.com’s risk of fraud.
  • / Technology

    GoodGuys.com reports increased business through Verified by Visa

    After getting off to a slow start, GoodGuys.com`s participation in the Verified by Visa secure payments program is not only catching on with customers but also bringing in new business, the retailer says.

    Posted 07/03/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    After getting off to a slow start, GoodGuys.com`s participation in the Verified by Visa secure payments program is not only catching on with customers but also bringing in new business, the retailer says.

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