UK high-street banks accused of "shockingly bad" online security

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Over half of the UK's high-street banks and building societies use outdated SSL security that means their online customers can be attacked by low-skilled cyber-criminals, and “they don't seem to care”, according to security firm Xiphos Research.

Birmingham-based Xiphos checked 22 UK-owned retail banks and found 50 percent still use vulnerable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates despite problems known about for months and even years. 

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