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The whole post is a kind of complaints and pointing our useless security practices of a bank I’ve worked for. I believe the Vast majority of them affects other banks as well.
Verifying each version of upgradables is very expensive, so only a few versions are getting checked. By default, everything is banned.
Cutting out all not known as safe connections to outer internet is a standard. Downloading zips are allowed and devs got access to opensource code like in GitHub. I’ll present in a moment an idea for a tool to transfer whatever we have on a local screen. For now, assume you got it ready. Just need to download it to the internal machine you have access to.
QR codes. You got the screen you may record, right?
Now I wonder. What a corporate security guy would recommend. More restrictions or to admit that they can’t afford to believe in their great procedures?