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Banks are usually not known to work in an agile way and quickly follow the latest developments. Like with lots of other large companies there is lots of paper work involved if somebody tries to change something, which costs efforts, man power, time and thus money. I don't think that a system administrator just can decide to change the ciphers. Instead it ...


I guess the most concise answer to this question is: They are insured. Currently industry standards don't require PFS and therefore insurances pay even if the bank had no PFS. There was a similar question on 30c3, about why the banks are using Windows XP as their operating system. Those standards can also be a reason why banks can't implement new methods ...

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