Weekly Replace 397 – Fin Serve

Banks. They screw us on rates of interest, they screw us on charges they usually screw us on passwords. Bear in mind the outdated "financial institution grade safety" adage? I took this saying to job nearly a decade in the past now however it appears that evidently not less than so far as password recommendation goes, they actually haven't discovered. This week, Commbank is telling folks to make use of a password supervisor however simply not for his or her financial institution password, and ANZ financial institution is forcing folks to rotate their passwords annually as a result of, uh, hackers? Ah effectively, as I all the time find yourself lamenting, it's a good time to be on this trade! 🤣

References

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  2. T2 tea received themselves scaled by a knowledge breach (don't hate me, that's not my analogy!)
  3. Piping Rock turned the 4th sufferer of shopifyGUY (I’m wondering the place he's discovering these API keys?)
  4. Lufthansa offered some recommendation on how to not get p(ra)wned (cool piece, however "Keepass is already put in on most gadgets" misses the mark by a lengthy manner)
  5. Financial institution safety is necessary, so why is Commbank telling folks to maintain their most necessary passwords within the least safe place?! (it simply defines logic)
  6. And whereas we're speaking banks, why is ANZ mandating password rotation within the absence of suspicion of compromise?! (it's been a few years since this pondering was flushed down the bathroom)

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