Noel Carroll wrote:
>> I have to say that sounds a bit more secure. One thing that bugs me about
> AIB is that, when you start off to say pay a bill, they ask you for a digit
> of your 5 digit PIN, after that they don't ask anymore. It gets cached.
> AIB, during authentication ask you for your 8 digit ID which, from what I
> see is your DOB and two other digits. The final stage of authentication is
> the last 4 digits of either your Work, Home or Credit Card no. It doesn't
> exactely leave me feeling very secue since a goodly proportion of the data
> is derivable if you really want to get it.
What annoys me most is that you have to have cookies switched on. grrrr.
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