Re: Testing of your openSUSE installation
- From: Ulick Magee <ulickatmaildotcom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Jul 2010 20:43:08 +0100
As a random side question, when do you leave your house with that paper?
Never, but it should be less risky than having your ATM card in your wallet.
Both rely on 'something you have' and 'something you know' - but on an
ATM card, the 'something you know' PIN is readable from the magnetic
strip with equipment commonly available to criminals.
The online system needs an online account number (not the same as
account number) and a PIN (not the same as ATM PIN) and then you have to
have the online banking card in your possession to enter the correct
response to the challenge.
If I have a desperate need to find out how little money I have when I'm
out, I use their telephone banking service, which relies on just a
(different again) account number and a (different) PIN.
Free software and free formats for free information for free people.
Open Office for Windows/OSX/Linux: http://www.openoffice.org
openSUSE Linux: http://en.opensuse.org
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