The recent WSJ article on banks releasing mobile banking software that stores user names, passwords and bank accounts unencrypted on phones has opened up a sore topic for me.
Apparently we have very, very large corporations chocked full of highly paid analysts, architects, developers and QA staff believing that it is perfectly OK to store banking credentials in plain text on a mobile device a decade into the 21st century.
Something is broke.
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