My internet bank requires a customer number, password chosen by me based on
private information and three numbers randomly chosen from a fixed six
figure number sent to me only on application for internet banking. Once I am
in, I do not have to enter any further passwords for any transaction, i.e.
All the security is in gaining the initial access.
Looks like a variation on that provided by your bank.
> From: "Simon Howarth (WSL)" <[log in to unmask]>
> Organization: Webtech Systems Limited
> Reply-To: "Simon Howarth (WSL)" <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 09:03:45 -0000
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Cahoot
>> None of my Internet banking facilities allow me (after logging in) to
>> look up financial information *only*, and not go on to make
>> transactions. Does Cahoot have some sort of 2-tier login?
> I would be worried if my bank did not have a two-tier system in place! Who
> do you bank with?!?!
> My provider allows me to log in using a 16 digit userid and a password. I
> can then see my statements and account in general. However once I decide to
> move money in any way I have to insert part of a different password (e.g.
> type in the 1st and 6th characters of your password), to verify that I am
> allowed to move money.
> I would not be happy with a single security layer....
> Simon Howarth.
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