When ArmyNET ( www.armynet.mod.uk ) gave access to payslips I thought the organisers might, finally, have realised that the web is useful for more than recruiting and propaganda broadcasts. Apparently not. I've just tried to log in to the site, to be confronted with a "security questionnaire", presumably to stop those who are unauthorised getting to see all the juicy secrets behind the wall (yeah, right!). It asks 10 questions, some of which I can cope with "..your mother's maiden name" and "...your first duty station", for example. But there are some other belters: "what is your best friend's christian name?"; "Where is your favourite holiday spot?" and "what is the make of your favourite car?" Leaving aside the fact that this looks like a quiz devised by a group of pre-pubescent schoolgirls, it also seems designed to discourage anyone using the site at all. If I remembered the answers I gave to questions like these (and I wouldn't), and if I had nothing better to do than pratt about filling in things like this (and I have), then the content of the site still wouldn't justify the effort of getting on. We've actually got military people responsible for this pathetic offering. Can we really not find something more useful for them to do than this? How about contracting out ArmyNET to the ARRSE organisers?