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Hi,this is what happens,i log on to my banks internet website,( co operative) it asks me to put in security information that is obviously some sort of scam,for example it asks me to key in the 4 digits of my security code instead of the normal 2 ,i phoned the bank and they told me to go on a website called pandasecurity and download a virus cleaner which hasnt worked nor has spybot or nod32....please help thank you

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Commonwealth netbank login


Visit your chosen bank's website and select the option that initiates the Net banking process. Enter your name, address and email address in the designated fields.

Provide your ATM or check card number and pin, and your Social Security Number, if required by the bank, in the format specified in the registration form.


Read the terms and conditions, which list what to expect in online banking and the bank's confidentiality policies regarding your personal information.
This section asks for your agreement--check the box provided to indicate your agreement. Proceed to create your log-in name and password, which you'll use to access your account online.

Create a strong password that uses both numbers and letters.
You must provide a security question, which the bank will use to retrieve your log-in details in case you forget it.


Complete the registration form.
Log in to your account using your ID and password, and check the account details.

Feb 21, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Prevent Phishing Attacks


• Did you ever receive an email that appeared to be from your bank? • Did you click a link that sent you to what looked like your bank's website?• Did you enter your username and password?• When you clicked submit, did the site turn out to be bogus? If you said yes to any of these questions then you may have been ‘phished’. Phishing is a hacker term that essentially means trolling for personal or financial information. Phishing is also a crime! Millions of people online, 3.3 million in fact, fall victim to ‘social engineering’ such as clicking on tainted links in emails, receiving legitimate looking emails that direct you to poisoned sites to steal passwords and usernames, or any number of malicious ploys to get you to give up your personal information. Simply put, the perpetrators of these scams intend on selling your information or using it in some manner for personal gain. However, there are ways to stop them before they get you. Phishing (pronounced ‘fishing’), is the act of misleading people into turning over sensitive information under false pretenses. ‘Spoofing’ or ‘brand spoofing’ is when a hacker copies or crafts web pages and emails from the spoofed sites web site content. These emails and web pages are the used as bait. Once the victim takes the bait, the hacker proceeds to bleed victims financially from the information they glean. In 2007, victims of phishing lost an average of $886 per person. That’s $3.2 billion (USD). The number of people who actually got their money back is astoundingly lower. Only 1.6 million recovered money lost to phishing scams, that’s just over half of last years victims. You’ll be interested to know two things about phishing. If you know what to look for you know what to ignore. If your email provider is worth their salt, and you have a good mail client, these lures never see the light of day.

Instruction On How To Prevent Phishing Atacks :

    Steps to Fight Phishing
  1. Step 1 Gmail is at the top of the line when it comes to filtering out spam. Google offers infinitely better spam protection than AOL or Yahoo. What’s more, Google’s email service, Gmail, is free.
  2. Step 2 Abandon outdated mail clients. Upgrade to Lotus Notes, Microsoft Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird. I know for a fact people still use Outlook Express. If you use it, uninstall it and get something else.
  3. Step 3 Never follow links in an email claiming to be from your bank. Ignore these types of emails. Banking institutions never ask you to verify your online banking username and password, except perhaps during initial sign-up, though this is not a common practice. These links may lead to a website that looks like your bank’s site but is not.
  4. Step 4 The website linked to in the email may ask you to enter your username and password. Do not do this until you have verified you are dealing with your banking institution. Call customer service and ask if this is a common practice. If customer service tells you it is not common practice, notify them of the email you received, as well as the url in the email. Indicators are bad urls, no padlock icon in your browser or other security indicators missing from your usual online banking session experience.
  5. Step 5 The next step in protection is to install a good Anti-Virus and firewall. Some products for you to consider are:• AVG Free • Avast! Anti-Virus • ZoneAlarm • BlackICE PC Protection
  6. Step 6 Adjust you browser settings to tighten up security especially if you use web based email. If you receive an email with a bad link in it, add the link to your 'Restricted Sites'. To do this go to Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Security. On the 'Security' tab go to 'Restricted Sites', move the slider to 'high' and remember to add blocked sites so the computer knows whom to trust. Do the same in your email client and firewall. If you are using IE, the rule of thumb is to uninstall IE and use:• Mozilla Fire Fox• Maxthon Web Browser

In this way , you can prevent phishing attacks .

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I wish to log into my nedbank internet banking profile as I used to do last week.


Are you unable to log into your nedbank currently? Can you provide some details about how you used to login last week and how it is different now?

Oct 14, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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you have 2 reason the webbrowser that your use, has restriction security, disable it or firewall is adjust it very strict
2) the website from the bank has a problem. contact them a explain what goin on?

God bless you

Jul 11, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I wish to sign up for billing on line


Paying your bills online can save you time and save money on envelopes and stamps.
Once you complete the sign-up process for online bill pay you can set your bills to be paid automatically.
Online bill pay can also help ensure your bills are on time even when you leave them until the last minute.
Some banks charge a fee for online bill pay so if you are planning on paying most of your bills this way, consider opening an account that offers free online bill pay.

Log into your bank's online banking website.
If you have not registered for online banking you may have to contact your bank during business hours to register.
Locate the online banking link on the website.
Read your bank's online bill pay policies and fee disclosure that should be displayed once you click the online bill-pay link.
You must agree to these policies and fee disclosure before completing registration for online bill pay.


Click the add payment or new payment link to set up your first online bill payment.
Enter any information requested by your bank.
Your bank will normally ask for the name of the creditor or utility provider, address and the normal amount of payment.
You may also be asked for the due date for each month.
If the due date is not the same each month you should set the due date for the earliest possible.

Click the save or accept button. Repeat the process for each of your bills you wish to pay online.
Online Bill Pay
http://www.nationwide.com/free-online-bill-pay.jsp

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How to avoid keylogger


you might use the copy and paste method if you are concerened about keyloggers or spyware turn off your internet to make the relevant

passwords and bank login details lets make them in word documents
save them in my documents every time you need to open up a site to

log in navitae to your saved word document open copy then paste it in to log in
you might download windows security essentials

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Microsoft_Security_Essentials_for_Windows_d6242.html

microsoft security essentials your operating system must be registered

also

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/mapkeyboard.html

freeware


MapKeyboard enables you to remap your keyboard and alter any key to function as a different one or optionally disable it as well.


The program can be quite useful for laptop users and people with keyboards that differ from the standard


hope this helps

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Hi just subcribed to t mobile wireless and ive found that some of the sites i wish to visit are blocked eg facebook or internet banking can you help ?


Using Internet Banking via Wireless is not recommended.Facebook may come into that category as well if you are exchanging personal information.It is probably a security issue which can be resolved by you speaking to T-Mobile.

Aug 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Popup blocker and downloading


Normal Web pages can be viewed, but secure Web pages, like shopping pages or pages that deal with personal information, cannot be viewed. Use the following steps to reset SSL encryption so that secure pages can once again be viewed:
  1. Open Internet Explorer and click Tools , Internet Options , and then click the Security tab.
  2. Select Trusted Sites , and then click the Default Level button.
  3. Click the Advanced tab and scroll to the Security Options section.
  4. Select Use SSL 2.0 and Use SSL 3.0 if they are not already selected.
  5. Click the Content tab.
  6. Click the Clear SSL State button, and then click OK . You should now be able to view secure Web sites if you had to make any selection. Browse to a secure Web page to make sure. If you still cannot access the page, use the remaining steps to resolve the problem.
  7. If you are using IE 7, temporarily disable the built-in phishing filter, using the following steps:
    1. Open IE 7.
    2. Click Tools , select Phishing Filter , and then select Turn Off Automatic Website Checking .
    3. Go to the Website and try again. CAUTION: With the phishing filter off you must know and trust the website that you are trying to view. Do not enter any personal information into a Web form unless you can verify the site is reputable.
    4. After you have visited the site, re-enable the phishing filter.
  8. In Windows XP, use the following steps to register the device libraries associated with Internet security:
    1. Click Start , Run .
    2. Enter cmd into the open field.
    3. Enter each of the following items in the command window, clicking OK after each name has been entered:
      • regsvr32 softpub.dll
      • regsvr32 wintrust.dll
      • regsvr32 initpki.dll
      • regsvr32 dssenh.dll
      • regsvr32 rsaenh.dll
      • regsvr32 gpkcsp.dll
      • regsvr32 sccbase.dll
      • regsvr32 slbcsp.dll
      • regsvr32 cryptdlg.dll
    4. Type Exit and then press the Enter key.
    5. Click OK , and then restart the computer.

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I use the internet but it will not not let me load any of emails or use banking websites, or really just will not download any websites


Your question or issue was specified very unclear. However you could try installing "firefox" if you use Internet Explorer. Firefox uses different security permissions for email, websites or downloads.

For your downloads you could install FreeDownload manager.

Please specify what type of connection you are having:
Iexample: ADSL, or 56Kbps Modem, or Internet over LAN, or ISDN. Also please specify your Operating System and the Browser you are using for the internet.

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