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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Wow, that sounds amazingly lax.

    In Australia, if you get your pin wrong three times in a row the ATM machine eats your card and doesn't give it back. Gone. You have to go through a lost/stolen/eaten card procedure to get a new one issued.

    And the identity thing is mandatated by government. The tellers can be personally responsible... and then there's the "passwords" on the accounts. You want to do something special, you need to give them the magic word. Which when there's no brute force options means the passwords can be nice simple ordinary words. :)