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Alliance & Leicester to launch two factor authentication

By Dave Birch posted Feb 28 2006 at 1:03 PM

Read all about it here on Finextra.


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Don't know but their current log-in procedure is by far and away the hardest to use of any I've tried. No easy to remember passwords for them - it's all lengthy, unchangeable, random number strings that do not work with my browser's save password function. This unfortunately leads to the use of post-its.

Does anyone know what the second factor is?

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