Points to remember when logging in
When logging into your e-banking facility, you have to enter sensitive and private details (for instance your password). This is how to do so in a secure manner.
Points to note while e-banking
For the duration of an active e-banking session, there is open access to your sensitive and private data (account details) on your system. Please concentrate on your e-banking.
Points to remember when logging out
Notify your financial institution that you have finished e-banking so that your session can be terminated securely.
Mobile Banking App
More than half of all e-banking transactions are carried out via a smartphone or tablet. Usually, a specific app provided by the financial institution is used for this purpose. Mobile banking offers …
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Internet address structure and checking
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Certificate finger print
To manually check the authenticity of a certificate, you can find the finger prints of all our partners’ e-banking log-in pages here.
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