Recycling your SecurID tokens

Recycling your SecurID tokens

Summary: What can you do with your old RSA SecurID tokens now that banks like Westpac and ANZ are replacing them by the truckload.

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Welcome to ZDNet Australia's newest video blog, Nerdcam, where each week we digest what's new in nerd at 25 frames per second.

This week, we're looking at what to do with your old RSA SecurID tokens now that banks like Westpac and ANZ are replacing them by the truckload.

It's recommended for anyone who buys their furniture second-hand or hangs out with Flavor Flav.

Let us know how you're going to use your old SecurID tokens by leaving a comment below, or even making a video of your own.

Topics: Government, Banking, Government AU, Security

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  • i use old secureid tokens to generate random numbers to add to passwords
    rabbids-1d765
  • And how do you remember it after that?
    suzanne.tindal
  • Once the RSA token expires, it can not be used. We got box full of expired tokens. Do'nt know what to do. Environmental problem?
    Kiran Manandhar
  • 1. Can make good poker chips. Especially if you have the differnt looking tokesn.
    2. Office hockey puck
    3. Necklace if you string a bunch together
    4. Paper weight
    5. Random starting number for audit sample selections
    6. Sling shot projectile for hunting varments
    JBriggs-4c958