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Internet Banking Security
Internet banking is a secure and private environment. With CoreFirst Bank & Trust’s Internet Banking security features, your account is completely 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.
Security FAQs:
Can I reset my password online?
Yes, once logged in check the box marked Forgot Password. Then, pick an option email, business phone or cell phone as a delivery option for the secure access code to be delivered to you electronically. As soon as you receive your secure password, enter, and enter a new password.
Why would I change my user ID and password?
It is a good practice to change your password periodically. If you ever believe your user ID and/or password have been compromised, change them immediately.
What is Phishing and how much should I worry about that happening?
Phishing is a very real threat and is an attempt to criminally and fraudulently acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication, like and email or instant message.
Make sure to establish a “phishing” phrase in the preference section of Internet Banking. After submitting your phrase, it's only effective on the computer from which you established the phrase. However, as you submit a new phrase on another (second) computer or browser, the newly submitted phrase will be shared on all previously used browsers. In other words, you can set your phishing phrase on many browsers, but you can only have one phrase associated with your login ID, which is the most recent phrase you established and submitted.


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