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Working in a bank, using MIcrosoft platform:

To open my email, I need to enter my password and sms OTP.

To open my email using phone, I need to enter my password and sms OTP.

To open Teams, I need to enter my password and sms OTP.

To open Teams using phone, I need to enter my password and sms OTP.

To access Microsoft Azure, I need to enter my password and sms OTP.

To git pull/push, I need to enter my sms OTP.

To check UAT logs, I need to enter my sms OTP.

To get access to UAT DB, I need to connect to VPN, which then asks for OTP.

Did I also mention that I need to do these OTPs every single fucking day?

#OTPDrivenDevelopment

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  • 1
    Wtf! I only have to do it for new devices, except vpn. That thing asks every time.
  • 0
    Some of them don't surprise me, but others, eh...
    If it's a professional phone only, they could enforce security measures and not require a 2FA code every single time.
  • 7
    Breath in - need otp.
    Breath out - need otp.

    What happens whem you drop your phone in the toilet?
    ....
    Die from lack of oxygen?
  • 0
    Fuck banks
  • 2
    @magicMirror You have to sacrifice your second child (first was a mistake anyway), to get another one from the IT department.
  • 0
    Otp system is also there in most government websites. And they have same otp as first time otp for a whole day.
  • 4
    yeah bank drone techs be like "We HaZ 2Fa We BeZt!" but then when you e-mail them a cute kitty PDF RK they open in their IE6 and own the entire intranet the feds start screaming "terrorizers!! terrorizers!!!".
  • 1
    Do you think if they would use something else than ms, they wouldn't implement the same security factors?
  • 3
    At least you're stuck with the Microsoft- and not the IBM-stack
  • 0
    For Microsoft 2FA, "Remember this device for 14 days" and "Keep me logged in" is a blatant lie.
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