Internet Banking Security
In an ongoing effort to provide our customers with the highest degree of online security, First National Bank in Marlow focuses on delivering the three fundamental categories of online security:
- Log-in Protection - requiring each customer to maintain a strictly private password and log-in ID.
- Network Equipment Security - preventing unauthorized parties from viewing or accessing our customers' data while it is stored on network servers.
- Transmission Security - keeping unauthorized parties from intercepting the transmission of our customers' data as it travels between a personal computer and network servers.
First National Bank in Marlow cannot be responsible for customer errors or negligent use of First National Online and will not cover losses due to:
i) input errors or misuse of First National Online
ii) negligent handling or sharing of passwords leading to unauthorized access to accounts
iii) leaving a personal computer unattended during an online session
iv) failure to report known incidents of unauthorized account access within 2 business days.
We will assign each customer a private password generated by the Bank for their initial log-in to the online system. In order for each customer to have an entirely private password, the system will force each customer to change their password after their first log-in. First National Bank Online passwords are alpha-numeric and must be between 4 and 8 characters in length. We encourage our customers to select passwords that are not easy to guess or easily recognized identifications.
We designed the system to lock up each customer's account if they are unsuccessful in three attempts to enter the correct log-in ID and password. Customers need to contact the Bank directly in order to unlock an online account.
We recommend using either Netscape Navigator™ (version 4.x or higher) or Microsoft Internet Explorer™ (version 4.x or higher) for optimal viewing of this web site, and take advantage of secure interactivity with our site. If you are not using Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer you may wish to download either one now. Click on the one you want to download and follow the instructions.
When sending any application information online this site automatically switches to a secure mode. This is evident by the "https" that will appear in the url as opposed to "http." If you are using Internet Explorer you will see a locked pad lock at the bottom of your screen when you are in a secure mode and an unlocked pad lock when you are in an insecure mode.
In Microsoft Explorer when browsing securely the browser will display a locked padlock icon at the bottom of its open window, which looks like this:
In Netscape Navigator when browsing securely the browser will display a locked padlock icon at the bottom left of its open window, which looks like this:
In Netscape Navigator when browsing insecurely that padlock appears unlocked, like this: