Jim Rusl>> I would worry about the security of the wireless connection. > Well, I wouldn't worry about it. I would recognize the obvious > necessity of high-grade encryption for any and all financial > transactions, but I don't think "worrying" would be the right word to > use. > If you're determined to worry, consider this: In Paris, at least, you > have a substantially greater risk of having your card number > compromised by pickpockets than by packet sniffers.
Instead of worry, how about concerned? Without doing some research, how do I know that the site is secure? I recently ran into a completely open wireless network at a business with sensitive records. The owner thought that it was secured. He immediately called the company that installed it and had them come out to secure it. Things bad do happen.
Jim Rusling More or Less Retired Mustang, OK