on 17-02-2016 10:21 AM - last edited on 17-02-2016 11:33 AM by PeteW
Online banking has made it easier to do banking from the comfort of your home, without the need to make a call or visit a store in many cases. And while we have absolute confidence in our online banking system and protecting your accounts, which is why we offer a No Loss Security Guarantee, it’s important you takes steps to protect yourself.
Look after your computer by keeping your operating system, internet browser, antivirus and firewall software up to date.
Keep your online bank accounts secure by; creating a strong secure code using a combination of letters, numbers and symbols, change your secure code regularly and don’t store it in an easy to find place (especially not your mobile device!).
If you’re using a public WiFi network, limit your tasks to online browsing and avoid using it for and banking or other tasks which require you to enter any login details.
Check out the online security section of our security centre for more tips, including how to report any suspicious activity. If you have any questions, please just ask away
on 11-05-2016 07:49 AM
Since the Bankwest website upgrade, my browser now retains my security code. It is an old business system running XP pro and Firefox. Now others using the system can login to my banking. Never had this problem before.
on 11-05-2016 01:22 PM
Hi @Cocko56, I've just checked with our team and can confirm that our Online banking and Website are separate and should not affect each other. If you'd like you can do an online search for how to delete saved passwords for your browser. These two links may help: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/731567 or http://www.technipages.com/delete-saved-password-firefox