At MainSource bank, our customer’s safety and security is very important.
We use a variety of technologies and techniques to help ensure that our products and services are secure. A Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is protecting you while you visit our site. A SSL creates a secure, encrypted link between your browser and our web server.
Our Secure Socket Layer (SSL) ensures all data passed between our web server and browser remains private and secure, allowing you to identify your legitimate website from spoofed domains. With this solution, there is no back and forth traffic between websites and servers. Once customers enter our secure site, they rarely need to leave our site, virtually eliminating opportunities for hackers.
The system includes an unmistakable mark of protection: a visual lock symbol at the bottom of the screen. This symbol should always be present before you proceed with any on-line transactions. Do not enter information on a site that does not display your URL preceded with “https” along with the lock symbol.
You can help protect yourself by making an effort to control risks when you use your personal computer to conduct business on-line.
- Don’t provide your passwords to anyone, and don’t record your passwords in an easy to find place.
- Change your passwords often, and choose passwords that are hard for others to guess.
- Never open an email or attachment from an unknown source.
- Always use a reputable firewall, anti-spyware/anti-virus software and be sure that it has been updated with the latest patches.
- Never respond to an unsolicited email or pop up message that asks for any type of personal information.
- If you suspect that your computer has been infected by a virus, the computer will need to be properly repaired before it can be used again.
- For more recommendations and technical support for your specific computer and network, contact your internet service provider.