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Safety with SBBJ Online

Safety with SBBJ Online | Tackling Phishing Attacks | Tips for creating secure password

Security Aspects

SBBJ's Internet banking channel is protected by advanced security features, both physical and logical. SBBJ has considered various risks inherent in transacting over a public network such as the Internet, and has deployed appropriate security measures to protect customers. Firewalls allow only valid web traffic to reach our server. Proven 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology is deployed to ensure that the information exchanged between your computer and www.sbbjonline.com over the Internet is secure and cannot be intruded upon. ‘VeriSign' certifies that information exchanged during a valid session is protected during its transmission over the Internet. Additionally, the bank has installed mechanisms such as Intrusion detection Systems.


Control measures taken

SBBJ has set up the following operational and control measures for SBBJOnline customers:

  • Access to Internet banking is provided only on registration.

  • The UserID and password generation is conducted in a secure environment and its distribution is automated.

  • UserID and password is printed on tamper-proof stationery and mailed separately to the customers. This reduces risks.

  • Change of User ID and password at the time of first log-on is mandatory.

  • All correspondence on the service is sent to the address registered at the branch.

  • Customer logins and activities are tracked and archived for future reference.

  • Customer can fix the limits on the monetary value of transactions, which they desire to carry out over this service. The customer alone can modify this.


Terms of Service

1. The Branch where the customer maintains his account will assign:

  • User-id
  • Password

2 The User-id and Password given by the branch must be replaced by UserName and Password of customer's choice at the time of first log-on. This is mandatory.

3 Bank will make reasonable use of available technology to ensure security and to prevent unauthorised access to any of these services. The SBBJOnline service is VERISIGN certified which guarantees, that it is a secure site. It means that

  • You are dealing with SBBJ at that moment.

  • The two-way communication is secured with 128-bit SSL encryption technology, which ensures the confidentiality of the data during transmission.

4. These together with access control methods designed on the site would afford a high level of security to the transactions you conduct.

5. You are welcome to access ‘SBBJOnline' from anywhere anytime. However, as a matter of precaution, customers may avoid using PCs with public access.

6. There is no way to retrieve a password from the system. Therefore if a customer forgets his password, he must approach the branch for re-registration.


Customer's obligations:

  1. The customer has an obligation to maintain secrecy in regard to Username & Password registered with the Bank. The bank presupposes that login using valid Username and Password is a valid session initiated by none other than the customer.
     

  2. Transaction executed through a valid session will be construed by SBBJ to have emanated from the registered customer and will be binding on him / her.
     

  3. The customer will not attempt or permit others to attempt accessing the ‘SBBJOnline' through any unlawful means.


Security Tips

  1. Operating System (OS) of the computer system from where online SBBJ is accessed, should be upgraded promptly. Newer version of the operating system would help you make your system more secure.

  2. Latest version of Browsers should be used to connect to Internet as they afford higher level of security.

  3. Installing personal firewall on your computer system will provide added level of security.

  4. Installation of Antivirus software on your computer system will reduce the risk of virus attacks. Continuous updation of antivirus software will offer more resistance to newer viruses.

  5. You can eliminate potential risk caused through pop-up windows by removing any spyware or adware installed on your computer, using spyware/adware removal software.

  6. Be sure the Web page you are viewing offers encryption of your data. Often you will see a lock symbol in the lower right-hand corner of your browser window and/or the Web address of the page you are viewing will begin with "https://...” The "s" indicates "secured" and means the Web page uses encryption.

  7. Downloads from unfamiliar sources may contain hidden programs or viruses that can compromise your computer's security.

  8. When not in use, disconnect your computer system from the Internet to avoid unwanted access to the information on your system. Even if you have a firewall installed, this is a step you can take to help protect yourself.

After using Internet Banking, please logout completely by following the under noted steps in that order.

  • Logout the Application by clicking on logout button.

  • Close all the Browser windows.

  1. Install a screen saver with password protection.


Precautions

  • To enhance the security in conducting banking and other transactions, it is recommended that customers adopt the following practices. These are not special to SBBJ site; banks world over expect their customers to do this much in mutual interest.

  • Username and password allow entry to the internet banking site. Avoid typing these on the keyboard while someone is close by.

  • Maintain different passwords for Login and for Transactions.

  • Do not leave your computer unattended while you're connected to http://www.sbbjonline.com/.

  • Change your password if you believe that anyone has managed to get access to it.

  • Avoid use of untrusted systems for banking transactions.

  • Log off from www.sbbjonline.com and close the browser window after you have finished your session. Improper logging off will leave the connection between your machine and www.sbbjonline.com active for some time.

  • Avoid writing down your Username and password in your diary or such place, which can be accessed by others.

  • It is not a good idea to let the computer ‘remember' your username and password.

  • Never divulge your Username and password to others.

Remember, working together we can strive for secure transactions
On SBBJ Online.

 

 
 

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