On Thu, 17 Dec 2009, Brendan Minish wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-12-17 at 12:14 +0000, Ronan Mullally wrote:
>> > The last time I used it (about 12 months ago) Bank of Ireland's service
> > required IE. When I asked why, I was told "because it is more secure".
>> I use Bank of ireland's "BoI Plus" personal banking with firefox ok.
> It's a rubbish on line banking service though and there was a period
> where it required Ie, I did complain to them about that .
> BofI's on line banking has changed very little since I started using it
> in the late 90's. it was rubbish then and it's rubbish now ..
I'm referring to their Business service. Their 365 online personal
service works fine with Firefox, but as you say (assuming you're talking
about the same thing) hasn't changed much since it started (apart from
their doing away with hardware-based authentication).
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