On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Paulo Jacob <paulo.jacob at gmail.com> wrote:
> The "business" internet banking part of AIB is a bit different from the
> "personal" one. The personal works fine for me on Linux.
AIB's Business Banking used to be tied to IE's java VM, and then a
couple of years back it moved to a pure html interface and ditched
digital certs in preference for a security token device for
authentication and transaction security, so while very different from
the personal banking system, the business banking system which is very
nice works on any html browser on any platform.
If you are a sole trader and with Bank of Ireland, they will set you
up on the personal service for business banking instead of the
business banking program which is still tied into IE for some strange
reason despite running on the Sun Java Runtime platform. It does use a
digital cert file and maybe thats the tie in, has to make a hard disk
read and they've only implemented that for IE on windows.
> On 12/17/2009 11:59 AM, Rob Gallagher wrote:
>>>> Hi Paul,
>>>>>>>> I am just wondering if any of you may know which business internet
>>> banking site is usable under linux without vm or wine and if there is
>>> one in Ireland.
>>>>>>> AIB internet banking works fine in Firefox and Chrome on Linux.
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