[H-GEN] Anti-unix changes in Suncorp-Metway's updated banking TOS

Christian Bullow cbullow at tehbomb.com
Sat Jan 22 05:51:06 EST 2005


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Christopher Biggs wrote:

| I'm fine with that change, but there was one other small change
| which caught my eye: you must assert that you are using 'suitable
| software', and agree that if you access the service with
| 'non-suitable' software the bank is not liable for /any/ loss of
| funds.
|
| 'Suitable Software' has been redefined in the updated
| terms-of-service as: MSIE 5.5 or later or Netscape 6.1 or later on
| MS-Windows 95,98,2000, or XP, along with an "approved" anti-virus
| suite.
|
I noticed this today when I logged into my internet banking, I
actually popped off an e-mail to the IT guys over it, I wasn't happy
at all.

Christian
Suncorp General Insurance
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