Corporate public key?

CL Gilbert
Wed Jul 9 15:07:03 2003

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Johan Wevers wrote:
| CL Gilbert wrote:
|>Well this begs the question, what exactly do you mean by internet
|>*banking*? are you speaking of investment banking? or checking /savings?
| When I login via a webbrowser, I can get a list of mutations on my
| and make on-line payments.
| These are things for normal accounts from which you can make payments
| to other accounts, get cash from a cash machine with a bank card and
| pay with that card in shops (those bank cards have the size of a credit
| card, but unlike a credit card your payment is directly, on-line, removed
| from your account, and it is also checked if you have enough money to make
| that payment). Usually these cards are equipped with a chip that can be
| used as an electronic wallet, but I've never used that. I prefer cash,
| that always works. I don't know how they handle stocks - I've never owned
| them, and am not really interested in that market too.
| I've seen my former employer use the same number generator as I have, so
| I guess this works for buissines accounts the same.

interesting.  I use and and they both only
require a ~8 char password.  of course nothing can be done with capital
one account except for paying it with the attached bank account.  i am
paying my phone bill with electronic transfer.  I have lots of EFT but
they all only require a password, no special authentication ever took
place.  very trusting it seems.  only paypal ever put me through changes.

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CL Gilbert
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