Bank of Melbourne and Rams all in DownUnder

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Bank of Melbourne and Rams all in DownUnder

Postby abadonna » Sun Nov 24, 2013 6:41 pm

Hi guys,

I hope you can suggest the workaround to login into my bank... ... age.action
It looks like they are obfuscating entered security code and password while entering details in. I can copy/paste details and it lets me in (LP asks to update details, and the details are different every time I try to login), but it does not let me in, when I fill details by using LP...
This update has been introduced this weekend and it drives me nuts!

This is the part which scrambles the entered details, and it changes every time you refresh the page...

var decryptKey = 'LPqcg5pPhbcA6k7Y5VJKjg==';
var pwdMapToDecrypt = '9O8uLxjSh3TP35dC+SV0QHeXV0yxXgLVzkr6O9n01d0=';
var secNumMapToDecrypt = 'ciOufp8nTrV2zlvkiDecLA==';

Maybe LP should have an option to simulate keyboard entering details?

The other very ugly and unprofessional website is Rams:
They force user to use this bloody stupid screen keyboard, which scrambles entered details. Again, they change the scrambling every day... This forces users to use short and unsecured passwords.

Please help.
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Re: Bank of Melbourne and Rams all in DownUnder

Postby philleadbetter » Thu Dec 12, 2013 8:56 pm

Me too,

I also have this problem with Bank of Melbourne
there will be more and more of this happening as organisations try to weed out the last few vulnerabilities

Is anyone looking at this kind of issue?

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Re: Bank of Melbourne and Rams all in DownUnder

Postby Lex_Dysia » Fri May 04, 2018 7:37 pm

Hi People,
I know this is an extremely old post but the problem remains with the BOM web site transposing entered values for other values, with mapping appearing to change with every login. Making Lastpass fail on loading of stored credentials.
Problem is also referenced on this post viewtopic.php?f=13&t=261665.
Any suggestions / work arounds welcome.

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