[clug] Internet banking and browser compatibility

Francis Whittle fj.whittle at gmail.com
Sun Feb 15 05:09:22 GMT 2009

No, no, my SOMB card doesn't have my date of birth on it.

Personally I don't see what's wrong with SSL.  Just generate a unique
certificate for every user of the online banking service, and "bam!
security" (at least in comparison).  People who can't install their
certificate probably shouldn't ought to be using internet banking

On Fri, 2009-02-13 at 17:24 +1100, Andrew Janke wrote:
> > Oh! And let's not forget that the login page requires you to enter your
> > username, password, and a CAPTCHA! Classic case of security done wrong.
> Aye, I have expressed my displeasure about the new system to a few
> people within SOMB who should be able to influence such things but I
> doubt much will change.. :)  I suspect they dropped a bunch of dough
> on this new thing from CUCANB or whoever it is they use for "shared
> services".
> >> Someones birthdate would have to be one of the easiest things
> >> to figure out should you happen to be a baddie(TM).
> >
> > Especially if your witless victim has a Facebook/Myspace page with all that
> > information available!
> Or the wallet you just picked up with a SOMB card in it.
> a

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