Security Certificate


Internet Banking (SSL) Security Certificate

For your security, Internet Banking servers use “VeriSign® Extended Validation (EV) SSL”  certificates capable of 128-bit SSL encryption, which enable users to distinguish secure websites from fraudulent websites more easily.
If you are using an up-to-date browser that supports this feature, with VeriSign® Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate, the address bar of your browser will be displayed in green when you log in to Internet Banking, and by clicking the address bar you will be able to access the details of the certificate which verifies the authenticity of
If it has been previously detected that the website is a fraudulent website, the address bar will turn to red.

Some browsers recognize this certificate, however cannot take advantage of the features it offers. These browsers don't have the green address bar feature.

We recommend you to use an up-to-date browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Opera, and make sure to update it through the official website of the relevant software provider for free if your browser is not up-to-date.

For updates:

  • For the official Microsoft Internet Explorer website, click here.
  • For the official Mozilla Firefox website, click here.
  • For the official Apple Safari website, click here.
  • For the official Opera website, click here.
  • For the official Google Chrome website, click here.

You can find out the version you are using through the “Help” menu, “About” link of your browser.

What is a SSL Certificate?

SSL ensures that the data sent can only be decrypted at the right address. Before being sent, the data is encrypted and can only be decrypted by the right recipient. By verification on both sides, the privacy and the integrity of the transaction and the data are ensured.

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