Internet Banking Security

Internet Banking is a secure and private environment. With CoreFirst Bank & Trust’s Internet Banking security features, your business accounts are safe. Our state-of-the-art routers, firewalls and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology provide security which exceeds industry standards. Further encryption and password safeguards are built in.

Business Internet Banking Security Tips

  • Yes, click on the Login option in the top banner and check the Forgot Password box. Then, choose business phone or cell phone as a delivery option for the secure access code to be delivered to you. As soon as you receive your secure access code, enter it, and then enter a new password.
  • It is a good practice to change your password periodically. Internet Banking will prompt you to change your password every 120 days. If you ever believe your user ID and/or password have been compromised, change them immediately. Our Treasury Management Department is happy to assist you with changing your user ID or password. 
  • A strong password helps you protect your account. To create a strong password, keep in mind the following guidelines:
    • Create unique, original passwords
    • Use the longest practical password
    • Use a mix of upper and lower case letters
    • Include one or more numbers
    • Do not use repeating or adjacent characters
    • Use at least one of these special characters: `~!@#$%^&()_+={}|[]:"?,./\
    • Avoid using software or toolbars that store your password
    • Change your password regularly
    • Do not choose passwords or security codes that others can easily guess
    • Do not reuse passwords for multiple sites
    • Never use your account numbers
    • Do not use personal contact information, such as addresses or phone numbers
    • Do not use personal information, such as your name, birthday, Social Security Number, passport number, or the names or information for family members or friends
    • Do not use sequences of characters such as 1234567 or abcdefg
    • Do not rely on look-alike substitutions of numbers or symbols alone. Passwords like P@ssw0rd are easy to guess, but can be effective when you also change the case of the letters, the length of the words, and misspellings, or when you use multiple unrelated words in a phrase.
    • Do not use dictionary words 

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