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Re: Postfinance E-Finance yellow digipass card reader gizmo

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The PF app is not available in the US app store, at least. I had to change my country settings to Switzerland and create a new Apple account with a Swiss credit card.
Yep, it appears that you are correct, thanks. And I am connected to the US app store.


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Migros issued me a thumb drive instead of a card-reading device. Must have the drive inserted into the computer you are using plus the pass code in order to use it. Kind of handy, unless you're the type that wants to shop from your mobile.
Micros, the retailer in Switzerland? Unless I'm misunderstanding you, how did Migros "issue" you a thumb drive that works with the system?
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Micros, the retailer in Switzerland? Unless I'm misunderstanding you, how did Migros "issue" you a thumb drive that works with the system?
Migros has its own Bank - MigrosBank. MigrosBank has its own two-factor authentification gimmick M-IDentity.

Credit Suisse used RSA SecureID, now they are changing to SMS. (Change maybe because of this , this and this)

UBS uses either a card reader or an USB thumb drive with display.
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Migros has its own Bank - MigrosBank. MigrosBank has its own two-factor authentification gimmick M-IDentity.

Credit Suisse used RSA SecureID, now they are changing to SMS. (Change maybe because of this , this and this)

UBS uses either a card reader or an USB thumb drive with display.
Thanks for the reply. Sorry, I did not ask the correct question. I thought that this thread was 'only' about the Postfinance card reader. How does Migros "issue" you a thumb drive that works with Postfinance banking?

Also, does anyone know how to change the Postfinance card reader so that it displays in English?
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