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These comments show how naive Scamral is/was:ETC CEO, Jamie Surkont, said that the biggest challenges faced by the company have come from its reliance on other systems – such as the eNatis system for unregistered and untagged motorists – as well as a general stance of hostility towards the system.
I thought about it a bit, and then realised. It might be under constant hacker attack. Why? Because the data stored by ETC / VPC / SANRAL is data of SA citizens. And that data has a value in the black market. Imagine it. If you can get vehicle / address / id information of any citizen of South Africa, imagine what devious / criminal things can be done with it.
It scares the hell out of me.
Yep, there's a hell of a lot of personal information on there, having looked at a colleague who registered's account.
scares the hell out of me.
Send your colleague this: http://www.itweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70981
To refute usually means to comprehensively demonstrate that a statement is false. In this case, I believe the word you were searching for is denied.However, he refuted that the system will collapse and requires 85% compliance to operate, as stated by Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa), saying that the system would simply be more efficient at those rates.