Banks told of security flaw with use of caller ID
News from Boston Globe:

A Boston consumer advocate warned yesterday that JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp. make it too easy for data thieves to steal personal information from their credit card customers.

Former Massachusetts assistant attorney general Edgar Dworsky, who now runs the consumer education website Consumerworld.org, discovered the flaw after reading a Globe story about “caller ID spoofing’’ services – Internet sites used to trick caller ID systems into believing a call comes from a different phone number.

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