AW: Online Banking Issues

  • From: Christian.Schramm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: isalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 12:04:22 +0200

Hi there,

I had a similar problem. Seems that the banking software does some kind of
ip addreess verification per session. So if you use CARP for Web proxy
clients, there can be the case that within one session the banking
application sees different source ip addresses. To verify this, try to set a
specific ISA server as the proxy and test it again... Remember to close your
browser after changing the value from "use automatic configuration script"
to "use a proxy server"..



> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Jeff Sloan [mailto:jsloan@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2003 21:22
> An: [ Discussion List]
> Betreff: [isalist] Online Banking Issues
> We have problems with two Online Banking sites, TheOneNet by 
> BankOne and StuckeyNet.
> TheOneNet started about a month ago and StuckeyNet about two 
> weeks ago.
> Sometimes we can't log in, other times we can but can only 
> get to one page of data before the browser kinda locks up.
> One program logs in and opens a second window, but the window 
> is 'clear', it never gets any data on it.
> The other will get to one page of data, and if you click 
> another link on the page, it 'just sits there and looks at you funny'.
> I have cases open with both banks, and they have duplicated 
> the issue on their ISA servers, but they have not fixed it 
> yet. They say they are working with Microsoft on the issue, 
> but it seems way slow to me.
> I have tried the firewall client, and it doesn't help.
> I have made rules to not cache those sites;
> *
> *
> *
> But it made no diffrence.
> Should I include something after those entries to make sure 
> any page on those domains are not cached, or is this another issue?
> Anybody heard anything simular?
> I am starting to think that iether the banks are using 
> something on their pages that is not accepted standard, or we 
> are going to see a hotfix for ISA.
> If anyone can, please help.
> Thanks,
> Jeff Sloan
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