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.
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Points to remember when logging out
Notify your financial institution that you have finished e-banking so that your session can be terminated securely.
World Password Day – Secure Log-ins
E-Mail, Facebook, Ricardo etc. – It takes one step to log in: Entering your password. What happens though when your password is stolen? Activating a second step doubles your data security.
Attackers use phishing to obtain log-in data from unsuspecting Internet users, for instance to then access e-banking facilities or online shops. In the process, the attackers affect a fake identity …
Protected data access
Identification numbers, passwords, PINs, mTANs and other means of legitimisation are important and effective obstacles against hacker attacks.
Secure e-banking starts when logging in
Even the most secure password in the world becomes useless if you disclose it in the wrong place. You should therefore follow our instructions on how to log in securely.
Tip of the Month: Logging out of e-banking
Finished e-banking? Don’t just close your browser window; quit your session via the “sign out”, “log-out” or “close” option.
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Tip of the Month: Logging into e-banking
E-banking is handy – with your bank protecting your access and data. Do your bit, too, by always entering your e banking address into a browser address line manually.
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