Originally Posted by Pascal LeFiscal
Pin never changes, security key does.
Therefore, if someone hacks your PC and records all the motions of your mouse and correlates it to your screen, they can figure out your PIN, whereas this is not possible with a security key.
TBH, a pin is more than enough unless you have exceptionally large amounts of cash in your account, and even then it's probably enough unless a good hacker decides they want to target you specifically
You probably don't use a PIN, or you'd notice that the cards change position everytime you log in. So not only may the lines of 'suits' be on different rows, but the numbers change position. For example, one day a line of clubs starts 5 thru 4 on line 1, next day it's J thru 10 on line 3. So unless the specific cards can be keylogged, it would be safe. I've no concern whatsoever for the safety of info in my home, no college roommate or kids that might hack in. My only
concern is logging in from an insecure network - that if I'm 100% sure no one can see the 3 cards I click on for a PIN, is this safe from a hacking keylogger. Thanks for the help.