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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> Lloyds TSB's online banking system shows no love for Firefox
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>> | Many Lloyds TSB business customers who use Firefox
>> | as their default browser are currently unable to
>> | access their online banking accounts.
>> While the world moves towards recommending/requiring Linux for banking
>> (see below), Lloyds TSB strictly requires Windows.
> TSB$ account holders and TSB$ open to hacking fraud and ownership
> of user PCs and whilst loosing money any way.
> The UK government will now pay for all losses of course.
> Thats the prices for locking out mainstream web servers
> and competing browsers.
> This story must reak somewhere in the anals of good management
> and best practice.
> But then a wunch of bankers always do.
NatWest has supported Firefox since before version 1.0. TSB must be stuck in the 90s.
~~ Best of wishes
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