On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 10:16:33AM +0100, Noel Carroll wrote:
> Agreed! I use it myself from home only. I'd not use it at work and I'd
> not use it at all were it not that It's not too easy to get to the bank
> sometimes. BOI's site is better from what I hear. I know they used to
> provide you with a little credit card sized algorithmic number generator and
> that formed part of your authentication. AFAICR that was two years ago
> anyway but maybe I am just raving!!! Anyone on the list signed up with BOI
> online who can confirm this and maybe explain how the system works?
The token system is still there, but I got a letter (even though
I don't have a BOI account) saying that I had to change over...
from looking at the site, you need a 6 digit user ID, a 6 digit PIN
(of which it asks for a random selection), your birth day, and your
favourite music (or maybe some other info)...
doesn't look any more/less secure than AIB...
why do you think it's better to do it from home? or are people
in work known for snooping on traffic?
Liam Bedford | What we've got here is, failure to
System Administrator | communicate. Some man you just can't
WBT Systems, Block 2, | reach... so you get what we had
Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St. | here last week, which is the way
01-4170100 | he wants it.
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