Just tried logging onto the Lloydstsb online banking website to be presented with a security warning that a certificate cannot be trusted – and it came from a 3rd party website.

I think I will stear clear of their website until that has gone!

Sent them an email to their email pishing address (and that seemed to be the only email address available) – I certainly wasn’t going to go through the hassles of navigating their call center system.

The certificate seems to belong to clickshift.com – who are a website monitoring company.


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  1. Boyzici says:

    Is this the image you meant to post?

  2. IanVisits says:

    Nope – the blog software seems to have overwritten the image bank.


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