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BANGKOK 17 February 2019 10:52
geisha

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Hi, can anyone tell me where I can print a bank statement in Pattaya/ Jomtien ? I know there are Internet cafes everywhere , and that they’re dangerous to use for things like banking. Any help,appreciated, it may be needed for my Thanks. Ps, I have an iPad. 

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If you don't trust the internet cafes to print, you could save what you want to print to a USB thumb drive then take the thumb drive to any Kodak shop and get it printed there and stand and watch them when they print.

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Hi, I need the statement for a visa prouving funds. I’ve been told many times, and seen on the Internet, that after using a computer and printing out , for example, a bank statement,  someone could use that computer and hack your bank details and codes/passwords  ? 

Is that true, or not ? I don’t want my account emptied. 

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4 hours ago, bbko said:

If you don't trust the internet cafes to print, you could save what you want to print to a USB thumb drive then take the thumb drive to any Kodak shop and get it printed there and stand and watch them when they print. 

Exactly that.

Best save the statement in PDF format.

E.g. use the print function from your browser and print to a "PDF Printer" (plenty of free SW available).

No need to do it online at the shop.

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7 hours ago, geisha said:

that after using a computer and printing out , for example, a bank statement,  someone could use that computer and hack your bank details and codes/passwords  

Has nothing to do with the printing of a statement. If you use an internet cafe to access any password protected accounts than theoretically the pc could have some sort of key logging software on it.

 

What do you use to access your accounts normally?

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As was said above just copy as PDF to a thumb drive and give that to person to print - no need for computer and any access by 3rd party.  Any computer/printer will be able to print from USB thumb drive.  If you do not have they are cheap to buy as you only need the smallest.  

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9 hours ago, robblok said:

Only if your stupid, and say yes to storing your passwords there.  

If anyone using a network that's been hacked with a keystroke logging program it doesn't matter if you say yes or no to storing your passwords, the keystroke program will copy all your keystrokes on the first go. 

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Don't you have a smartphone. Either way use the app or access via a vpn, and Wi-Fi then as PDF file to USB or Bluetooth and get it done.

If anyone using a network that's been hacked with a keystroke logging program it doesn't matter if you say yes or no to storing your passwords, the keystroke program will copy all your keystrokes on the first go. 
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10 minutes ago, bbko said:

If anyone using a network that's been hacked with a keystroke logging program it doesn't matter if you say yes or no to storing your passwords, the keystroke program will copy all your keystrokes on the first go. 

what if your banking pages use a Point and Click? no keystrokes...

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17 minutes ago, bbko said:

If anyone using a network that's been hacked with a keystroke logging program it doesn't matter if you say yes or no to storing your passwords, the keystroke program will copy all your keystrokes on the first go. 

Depends a bit on the security of the bank, mine has more then a password. Its has a device called a random reader that scans a picture on the site and then provides an login code. But yes basically if you have a Thai bank (they often don't have those security things) your screwed. 

 

What others have said, create a pdf on phone or computer and then print it at a shop.

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21 minutes ago, tifino said:

what if your banking pages use a Point and Click? no keystrokes...

946724515_pointandClick.png.f2ce747477ca3c0143cdc2f6811d9509.png

 

On-screen keyboards are better but they are still not 100% safe, there's on-screen keyboard hacking programs that capture screen shots when you click the mouse, thereby seeing what letters, numbers or symbols you've clicked.

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The cheapest Brother printer ( does not copy) is only 1999B. Printer/copier is only 3290B, 3990B with wifi.

I like being able to fill in immigration forms at home, print my boarding pass etc...

 

 

https://www.invadeit.co.th/product/laser-printers/brother/hl-1110-compact-mono-laser-printer-p015914/

 

https://www.invadeit.co.th/product/multi-function-printers/brother/dcp-1610w-compact-multifunction-mono-laser-printer-print-scan-copy-wifi-p022919/

 

 

 

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