As Fibabanka we have created using mutual solutions with the worlds leading technology companies and are using these in order to keep the security for the banking transactions you realize through Fibabanka Internet Banking at the top level. Via 128 bit encryption method, your information is being protected during data transfer. SSL, is an encryption method which is being used on the most new internet browsers.
In case you do not realize any process for 10 minutes while you are logged into Fibabanka Internet Banking you will be lead automatically to the password entrance screen
In order to be able to proceed with other transactions you are kindly asked to enter your customer number and password. On account of this process even when you have to leave your desk the site hinders any other person to use your account.
For your security:
- Please do not share your user name and password with any other person.
- Ensure that you change your password regularly.
- Do not allow any other person to use your computer as you are logged into Fibabanka Internet Banking.
- After having completed your transaction please click the exit button on the right upper corner of the screen and close your Internet Browser.
- After having entered Fibabanka Internet Banking you will be informed about your last login date and time in the main page. In the light of this information you can check whether your account has been used by any other person after your last usage.
- Please do not do any banking transaction on computers open to public access. Many different type of hacking programs enable hackers to access your account details and personal information through computers which are open to public access.
- Please show utmost sensitivity not to use web pages which are opened through mails or other platforms. Do not enterﾠFibabanka Internet Banking over any other page.
All of our customers or visitors who use browsers which have a higher version than Internet Explorer 5.0 and Netscape 6.0 can utilize all services we provide through our internet site problem free.
Protect your PC
- Install antivirus software and keep it up to date at all times. Failure to update antivirus software is the same as not having it;
- Use a firewall to filter Internet traffic entering and leaving your computer;
- Keep on the watch for security updates provided by reliable software manufacturers and apply them in accordance with the instructions supplied;
Protect your information
- Don't access, through links, any sites that require you to provide personal or confidential/ sensitive information or allow you to carry out banking transactions. Always type in the full address of the site that you want to access in the respective bar;
- Never provide confidential or personal data by electronic mail or by any other means, even if the request is made by an apparently legitimate source;
- Don't provide identity or other confidential information without confirming that the site is secure. Check that the address begins with https:// followed by the respective name of the required site and that the page shows a padlock in the lower or upper toolbar;
- Don't open electronic mail messages without checking the identity of the sender and the subject. If you have any doubt as to the origin of the message delete it immediately and don?t open any file or attachment it may contain;
Don't be misled
Don't be misled by actions of others associated with what is known as "social engineering" or "art of misleading", which use "seduction techniques" to obtain information of a personal and/or confidential nature (e.g., passwords, identification numbers such as ID card or Taxpayer card numbers), to be used illegitimately at a later time;
Use Access Codes judiciously
- Don't pick obvious identification codes or ones that can easily be guessed (e.g.: 111111; 123456, password). Memorise them and never give them to third parties;
- Define different passwords to access secure sites (e.g.: Homebanking) and for sites that don't require great concern as to security.