Hi, I'm new on this forum, but a friend directed me here to seek further assistance with a program I am trying to create. I have to create a program that can manage 10 bank accounts, one of which uses appropriate type definition to store the name, account number, balance of bank account, and so forth. It also has to be an array that records the details of the 10 bank accounts, in addition it also must have functions and procedures to update the bank accounts array. The program has to allow the user to deposit or withdraw credit from …

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Halifax is the town in West Yorkshire where I live, and it also happens to be the name of a well known UK Bank which started life there. Best known on the this side of the pond for TV adverts featuring a friendly chap called Howard Brown, a former customer services representative and sales ambassador for HBOS which owns the Halifax. If recent reports are correct, then before long the Halifax could also gain notoriety for replacing passwords and PIN codes with bio-metrics. Not just any old biometrics mind, none of this old-fashioned fingerprint scanning malarkey for Howard and co; …

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According to newly published research from cloud-based social Wi-Fi software outfit [Purple WiFi](http://www.purplewifi.net/), of 2,540 consumer questioned vastly more were concerned about getting access to pornography than were worried about matters of data security. The 'Using Wi-Fi in Public Places’ study revealed that 28 percent of those asked (711 people) don't use public Wi-Fi, and of that number 27 percent (192 people) didn't do so due to fears about security. Compare and contrast to the 56 percent (1422 people) who were so concerned about being able to access pornography via free Wi-Fi that they thought content filtering should be a …

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I need to make an object called Accounts that can be used as a banking system. It requires 3 inputs, first name, last name, and initial deposit and 4 member functions: withdraw, deposit, fee and interest. The fee is $20 a month if the amount in the account is less than $100. The interest is 5%. Just wanted to see if I was headed in the right direction, so here's what I've got so far. class Accounts(object): def __init__(self, first, last, dep=0): self.first = first self.last = last self.dep = dep def deposit(self, amount): self.dep += amount return self.dep def …

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I wanna to have enough information about the mobile banking system to develop such types of systems.

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Users of online banking services are at risk from a new 'in the wild' Trojan, Hesperbot, which has been discovered by the ESET malware research lab. Researchers have found that infections of users in Turkey are currently most rife, with users in the Czech Republic, Portugal, Thailand and the United Kingdom also falling victim along with smatterings elsewhere. Victims in the Czech Republic, so it would seem, have been hardest in terms of financial loss with ESET claiming that people hit by Hesperbot in this region have "lost significant amounts of money as a result". Hesperbot is spread using very …

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All right stop, collaborate, and listen. A new variant of the ZeuS financial malware platform known as Ice. This baby Trojan spawned from the original Ice IX is targeting bank customers on both sides of the pond. Here in the UK the 'big three' telecommunications providers are where it is flowing like a harpoon, daily and nightly. One thing is for sure, this ain't no vanilla ice attack. [ATTACH=RIGHT]23731[/ATTACH]OK, rubbish pop rap references apart, this is actually quite a serious deal. The new Ice TX configurations are apparently not only stealing bank account data, as if that weren't bad enough. …

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According to new independent research commissioned by Corero Network Security, and conducted by the Ponemon Institute, two thirds of banks in the United States have suffered a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack during the last 12 months. The 64% statistic refers to the number of IT and IT security practitioners who reported that the banks at which they work were subject to at least one DDoS attack during 2012. ![dweb-banks](/attachments/small/0/dweb-banks.jpg "align-right") The [research](http://www.corero.com/resources/files/analyst-reports/CNS_Report_Ponemon_Jan13.pdf) questioned 650 IT and IT security professionals working at a total of 351 banks, including some of the biggest in the world, and the sadly not …

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As a three times winner of the IT Security Journalist of the Year award in the UK, I am used to writing about all kinds of scams. Whilst most of them try and weasel their way into the bank accounts of the victim through purely online means, increasingly the bad guys are turning to 'old school' conman trickery via the telephone. The most common of these in recent years has probably been the rogue antivirus Microsoft support call (using remote access to your PC to install malware and then charge you to supposedly remove it) followed more recently by the …

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The Ainslot.L Trojan appears to be much the same as any other at first glance; logging user activity and sending Gmail and Facebook passwords to the bad guys, downloading further malware, taking over your computer and the main payload of being a Banking Trojan stealing account login data. But Ainslot.L has one rather more unusual trick up its sleeve in that it will also scan your system for evidence of other bot-related infections such as Zeus or DarkComet and remove any that it finds. Of course, Ainslot.L isn't doing this in order to cleanse your computer but rather to ensure …

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[URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man-in-the-middle_attack"]Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) attacks[/URL] are, sadly, not news these days; they are a fact of online life. But word of how the latest SpyEye Trojan-driven MITM attacks are using clever post transaction fraud systems to effectively erase the evidence of the crime from the victims' view certainly deserve to be. Attacking online bank accounts in both the US and UK, the attacks were first spotted just before the seasonal holidays took hold by researchers at [URL="http://www.trusteer.com"]Trusteer[/URL], a security company which works with banks to protect customers from just such threats as MITM attacks. What is a MITM attack exactly? Well, simply …

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[COLOR="Green"]yo evryone. class 11 kids submit a comp project as olevels paper 2. im a few years away from 11 but iwud love to make a project write noe n get an idea n so make an awsum one in 11 after this experience. buti dont hav any idea. i mean nothing. none. nada. zip . toatally a null matrix. im a whiz programmer a fast one. n now im thinkin i wud like a banking system for my project. can anyone tell me what this system looks like? as in the field names and stuff(ooh my backend will be …

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Am deciding to create a Personal Banking software that manages some 3-4 bank accounts. I know to interlink the Access database. According to Personal Banking, the concept is that one person may have accounts in 2 or 3 banks. So Personal Banking software helps one to manage all 2/3 accounts. This includes, calculation of interest(quarterly), Debit and Credit informations. The software is not needed to be linked to online. Just the users are needed to update the information on their own just as they do the paper writing. only thing the software does is that it calculates the interest quarterly, …

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Hi, I am building a website that will allow users to send money to each other for goods and services, then withdraw money from account (the website) to a bank. Authorize.net is only for facilitating payments, the same PayPal etc. and I cannot find anything online that will explain me, how to create such functionality and what service I should use that allow me to create a gateway for banking transactions. Anybody has an experience working with this kind of functionality?

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I've made a program of basic bank transaction. I'm having a hard time figuring out how will that cin >> newb; and cin >> currentb; work out...the program works if you remove the formulas..also i'd like to add if (withdraw <=10000) the program will stop the user from withdrawing but i don't know how will i insert it in there since i've been receiving too much errors if i do so... and, if you don't mind, how will i post my code so you guys can check my crap program..lol~.. thanks~ :?:

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A new botnet has been discovered which is not only targeting users of UK banks, but doing so in a new and worrying manner. Said to comprise of in excess of 100,000 infected machines, the Zeus 2 botnet is operated and controlled from Eastern Europe according to [URL="http://www.trusteer.com/company-overview"]secure browsing security provider Trusteer[/URL] which went public with its discovery today. [attach]16386[/attach][URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story261766.html"]Zeus botnets are sadly neither new or rare[/URL], however Amit Klein, Trusteer's Chief Technology Officer, reveals that this one is especially worrying as it doesn't just stop at harvesting user IDs and passwords but instead also looks for client side certificates …

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I've been given an assignment as follows and I'm having trouble getting it to work properly, hoping if anyone out there can lend word on how to get it running? "A bank account starts out with $10,000. Interest is compounded monthly at 6% per year (0.5% per month). Every month, $500 is withdrawn to meet college expenses. After how many years is the account depleted? Suppose the numbers ($10,000, 6%, $500) are inputs to the program. Are there values for which the algorithm you developed would not terminate? If so, make sure you change your algorithm such that it always …

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hii daniwebians, i need the source code for my project "online banking",could u provide it using J2EE.

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Who needs plastic in the 21st century? [ATTACH=right]16789[/ATTACH] Two major U.S. banks have confirmed that they will later this year be launching joint test programs with Visa to let customers make in-store purchases with their smart phones. [URL="http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE67I59S20100819"]Reuters[/URL] reported Thursday night that both Bank of America and U.S. Bancorp will be piloting programs this fall; Bank of America's program will begin next month in the New York area and U.S. Bancorp's will begin in October. Visa had announced in February it planned to research mobile contact-less payment methods, but at the time, the company didn't reveal which banks it would …

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for the mba banking and finance course in Sikkim manipal university, will the study material be provided by the university and what’s the mode of exams and studies.

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i have finished writing my program, but teacher want me to write a checkbook balancing program of a user's account. It has to use getline () to read a line, which will contain either the word "withdrawal" or "deposit". After reading each pair of line, the program should compute and print new balance. I think i need to declare a variable to hold the running balance. The program must warn when the user if the withdrawal exceeds the balance. *input should be somthing like this: 1.deposit 2.100 3.withdrawal 4.12.34 5.withdrawal 6.49.00 7.deposit 8.7.01 *OUT PUT of the program should print …

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I'm taking my first class in c++ this semester, so i'm a newb. The only other programming experience i have is in python. My teacher gave me this assignment and i don't even know where to start. I don't want anyone to post any code, but a few tips on what implementation files i need to create and what they should contain would be great. Here's the assignment: Your header file has been given to you, so you only need to create the implementation and main files. However, you may have to make some changes to the supplied file. Your …

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Where would we be without the hole in the wall, that magical machine that provides us with cash whenever we need it? Where would we be without online banking, that magical system that lets us pay our bills via the Web? Customers of the HSBC bank in the UK found out over the weekend when it suffered an ATM network outage that caused them both to FAIL. I know, being an HSBC customer myself and attempting to make a couple of bill payments on Sunday only to be met with an 'I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That' …

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It has been estimated that something in the region of 70 percent of the ATMs in current use are based not on the proprietary hardware, software and communication protocol platforms of old but instead on PC/Intel hardware and commodity operating systems, the most popular being Windows XP embedded. In fact, it is not too much of a stretch of the imagination to think of these ATMs as being simple PCs running simple PC operating systems and using the standard Internet Protocol that we are all used to. Of course, all this is housed in a very secure vault-like box along …

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According to an in-depth study by the [URL="http://www.socialfuturesobservatory.co.uk"]Social Futures Observatory[/URL], anti-bank feeling is running so high in the UK that 74% of Brits would consider borrowing or lending money through a social lending community in preference to their high street bank. In the ultimate case of old concept finds new medium, the process of person-to-person money lending is as old as the hills but traditionally has been restricted to very small, localized and close-knit private social groups. The Internet, and particularly the social networking side of Web 2.0 services, is facilitating a sea change in how people form circles of …

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In a recent survey conducted by ACNielsen International Research, record numbers of entrepreneurs are using eBay ([url]http://www.ebay.com[/url]) to supplement or earn their living entirely on the site. According to the survey, over 724,000 Americans use the site to earn their primary or secondary source of income, and another 1.5 million supplement their income by selling goods and services on the site. Since 2003, the number of US entrepreneurs making money on eBay has increased by 68 percent. Over 10.6 billion dollars with of merchandise was sold in the first six months of 2005 on eBay. "In just 10 years, eBay …

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The End.