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From: tobias at (Tobias Weisserth)
Subject: Anti-MS drivel

Hi Greg,

Am Do, den 22.01.2004 schrieb Gregh um 07:21:
> ...

> That has nothing to do with ANYTHING. If I install a keylogger on YOUR
> computer and you DONT know about it and let's say your bank was at
> and your account name was BOB and password was 123ghqofc0
> right? Now you have just gone to the bank's web site and have typed, in
> plain text on your keyboard, that username and password. Where does
> CRYPTOGRAPHY stop that being recorded as you TYPE it and later sent
> elsewhere? Surely you know what a keylogger IS dont you?

You couldn't do a thing with the account information of a European
online bankin account. You need a new TAN number for every transaction
you make. Even changing personal data of the account settings requires a

No keylogger in the world can make you use this account if you haven't
the TANs.

Delivering TANs may be a "low tech" measure but it works. There hasn't
been a single reported incident of online banking fraud I know of.

For the rest, you have read my views in most other mails,


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