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(Computerworld (Australia))   Bank reduces malware risk with new authentication serviHOW ARE YOU GENTLEMEN, ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US   (computerworld.com.au) divider line 14
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2012-11-27 05:05:48 PM
ok, FINE! I'll watch it again, ok!?

here
 
2012-11-27 05:59:42 PM
Someone set us up the bomb!
 
2012-11-27 06:31:51 PM
You have no chance to survive make your time.
 
2012-11-27 06:34:18 PM
For great justice, take off every zig!
 
2012-11-27 06:38:35 PM
You know what you doing.
 
2012-11-27 06:43:51 PM
What you say!
 
2012-11-27 06:48:13 PM

Nadie_AZ: Someone set us up the bomb!


NO!
WRONG!

YOU FAIL IT! YOU GET NOTHING! GOOD DAY SIR!


"Set up us the bomb"
 
2012-11-27 06:49:36 PM
Move 'ZIG'.
 
2012-11-27 07:12:35 PM
Lobster sticks to magnet?
 
2012-11-27 07:36:57 PM
img.photobucket.com 

/can't find a properly displaying version of zeromeme.gif
 
2012-11-27 07:37:06 PM

Shadow Blasko: Move 'ZIG'.


For great justice.

But seriously. Who in their right minds would trust the security of their PC to the sort of product likely to be developed by the sort of company a bank would contract to write a proprietary, closed-source, executable client?

Bank VP of Fraud: Guys, we're really getting reamed with these ID theft losses.
Bank VP of Security: Then let's tell our clients to secure their desktops.
Bank VP of Marketing: Yay! We can put our branded client on their desktop, for security!
Bank CTO: *facepalm* No, you idiot, it means we need to encourage our customers to practise safe computing.
Bank CEO: Overruled. Let's contract with some third-party developer to develop something custom for us!
Third-party dev: And now that we've got the contract, we can outsource the development to third-world coders. That's how you bankers do support, right?
Bankers (in unison): Right!
 
2012-11-27 11:34:14 PM

Twilight Farkle: Shadow Blasko: Move 'ZIG'.

For great justice.

But seriously. Who in their right minds would trust the security of their PC to the sort of product likely to be developed by the sort of company a bank would contract to write a proprietary, closed-source, executable client?

Bank VP of Fraud: Guys, we're really getting reamed with these ID theft losses.
Bank VP of Security: Then let's tell our clients to secure their desktops.
Bank VP of Marketing: Yay! We can put our branded client on their desktop, for security!
Bank CTO: *facepalm* No, you idiot, it means we need to encourage our customers to practise safe computing.
Bank CEO: Overruled. Let's contract with some third-party developer to develop something custom for us!
Third-party dev: And now that we've got the contract, we can outsource the development to third-world coders. That's how you bankers do support, right?
Bankers (in unison): Right!


What? Like voting machine software?

/in a back seat of a Volvo?
 
2012-11-28 05:00:48 AM
Ah yes, the internet's first great meme.

And the introduction to gabber music for many people.
 
2012-11-28 09:57:50 AM
This reminds me of a couple of people who failed at life. The Rabobank authenticator has 2 main options. "Sign in" and "Sign transaction." the Sign in is a button with an i (inloggen) and the Sign transaction has a s button (signeren). Their story went as follows:

They got a call from a friendly person claiming to work for the security department of the Rabobank and they needed to check an error with their account. They didn't need to do anything special. They just had to get their authenticator, press the "i" button and input a code and tell the person on the other side what the code was that came back. After that they needed to do this one more time but with the "s" button. Contrary to what they expected the error did not get solved but their bank account was cleaned out. They complained that the Rabobank should give them money because, while they had been warned about giving someone their PIN number, no one warned them about giving the authenticator codes to anyone over the phone. Because you really need to be warned that the codes you use to login and authorize transactions should not be given to strangers. The Rabobank refused because they were grossly negligent. I say, good on them. The couple paid the stupid tax and that is non-refundable.

/For people who understand Dutch 
 
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