20091202

Problem ID: 2729227775621802389
Entered by: Pradeep Soundararajan
Is there a problem here?  

Are there problems here?



When Ben Simo saw this video, he spotted one more problem : the name being displayed too large which could be a potential security concern.

Do you have different oracles to spot more problems? Have you had equally worse experience in using ATM software?

Update: I crossed the ATM again yesterday and there were three people inside helping each other.

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4 Comments:

December 3, 2009 at 4:32 PM  
Comment ID: 8778841418860621763
Written by: Anonymous

Going by your fake plastic accent ....it seems like somebody put a fat brown face indian face on a mexican

dumb ass ...transaction cancelled message is correct because once you put in a card and proceed you are already in touch with the server and ARE in a transaction .

other observations are definitely problems though ..nice work

December 4, 2009 at 3:52 AM  
Comment ID: 871586498272090814
Written by: Pradeep Soundararajan

@Anonymous,

Thanks for your kind words. If Indians should have only Indian accent then never pick the phone and call the support line.

Transaction cancelled is a problem to me because of the oracle I had in mind.

December 4, 2009 at 10:30 PM  
Comment ID: 3468125878131747399
Written by: Anonymous

1. Transaction cancelled could have been improved to... maybe "operation cancelled"

2.People on phone lines fake the accent because it is a part of their job...it is the call of duty in outsourcig business .

And believe me those guys know their stuff and are pretty good it (accent) , and on most occasions you cant tell

But you give the impression that you are trying to sound "western" "different"

honestly dude...you sound SILLY ! lol !!

ta....

December 4, 2009 at 11:10 PM  
Comment ID: 6953983399342009673
Written by: Anonymous

ATM software of few banks show much more unpredictable that are confusing to the user.

Though banks ask feedback and had have a box for it, nothing has been changed writing the problems faced using their ATM yet.

Ben and Pradeep Soundararajan, can I know what was the oracle that you thought and helped to identify potential security concern?

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