How to Lockdown Your Browser – KioskSimple Kiosk Browser Lockdown

If you’re planning to run your website on a public facing PC or tablet, it’s not hard to imagine what could go wrong if a malicious user were to hijack control of your web browser.  KioskSimple is the kiosk browser lockdown software designed specifically to secure your web browser.

Recently a pornographic video appeared on a kiosk touchscreen at Washington D.C.’s Union Station which was caused by someone who gained access to the kiosk’s desktop operating system that was not properly secured.

Continue reading to learn how KioskSimple kiosk browser lockdown software can help secure your public facing kiosks and tablets.

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How to Put Google Forms on a Kiosk

In this article, we’re going to cover how to use Google Forms on a kiosk.  Since Google Forms kiosk mode does not exist, we decided to create an easy solution for easily and securely deploying Google Forms to a kiosk or tablet.

The process is simple, first you’ll create your Google Form and then deploy it to your kiosk using the browser lockdown software KioskSimple.

KioskSimple makes it a breeze to securely deploy Google Forms in kiosk mode and helps prevent malicious user tampering.

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How to Parse Credit Card Data from a Magnetic Stripe Reader Using JavaScript

In this article, we’re going to cover how to easily parse credit card data from a magnetic stripe reader using JavaScript.

This is particularly useful when you want to put your website on a kiosk and automatically populate the credit card fields when the customer swipes their card.

By automatically populating the credit card payment fields, you reduce the potential for user error and speed up the checkout process.

Parse Credit Card Data from a Magnetic Stripe Reader to populate payment formThe following fields are contained in the track data on most credit cards and can be easily parsed from the credit card data using JavaScript when the customer swipes their credit card.

  • Cardholder’s Name
  • Card Number
  • Expiration Date

All you need to get started is KioskSimple and a Magtek credit card reader like the Magtek Dynamag.

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How to Parse Credit Card Track Data Using JavaScript

In this article, we’re going to cover how to easily parse credit card track data using JavaScript.

This is particularly useful when you want to put your website on a kiosk and automatically populate the credit card fields when the customer swipes their card.

By automatically populating the credit card payment fields, you reduce the potential for user error and speed up the checkout process.

parse credit card track data to populate payment formThe following fields are contained in the track data on most credit cards and can be easily parsed using JavaScript when the customer swipes their credit card.

  • Cardholder’s Name
  • Card Number
  • Expiration Date

All you need to get started is KioskSimple and a Magtek credit card reader like the Magtek Dynamag.

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