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    Nevermind I solved it.
    Last edited by drcman; 02-12-2010 at 01:48 AM.

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    any good online banking application should provide you a connector api if you are a legitimate partner who whould be programatically logging in.
    why do you want to ?

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    @drcman, please don't delete posts next times once you find the solution. May be others can helpful your question. If you want to delete something, it's better let moderator to do that. Contact anyone of our moderator and do it.

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    yea,.. i had suspicion the OP was trying to build one of those bots that tries to crack online banking passwords, or worse, to be used as the back end for a phishing proxy.

    now im pretty sure they are up to no good .

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    @travishein
    Now I can log into every bank in the world and take everyone's money! I will just brute force my way in...I'm sure that they don't have any mechanisms in place to stop me! /sarcasm

    -Seriously, I know you have a superhero like avatar and all, but I'm not sure javaforums is the place to be exercising your geeky hero desires of programming justice. If you really knew the answer to my question and suspected that I was going to use it is some foul way, then just don't post anything. Obviously, I wouldn't have posted if I had access to the bank servers api. That's not what I was trying to do. I'm not sure if you even read my post. Anyway, solved my problem...no thanks to you. Now you better move quickly through the forums as I'm sure there is danger elsewhere.;)

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    I'm not sure if you even read my post.
    .. well, its not like you even posted anything for me to read.

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    Why do people delete their posts like that?
    It's a bit anti-social, if you ask me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    Why do people delete their posts like that?
    It's a bit anti-social, if you ask me...
    Actually we have to allow them to edit there posts, and they do it is simply remove the content and save as OP does. Yes, it's really bad thing.

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