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IMPORTANT SECURITY TIPS FOR SAFE ONLINE BANKING

  1. Access your bank website only by typing the URL in the address bar of your browser.
  2. Do not click on any links in any e-mail message to access the site.
  3. SBI or any of its representative never sends you email/SMS or calls you over phone to get your personal information, password or one time SMS (high security) password. Any such e-mail/SMS or phone call is an attempt to fraudulently withdraw money from your account through Internet Banking. Never respond to such email/SMS or phone call. Please report immediately on report.phishing@sbi.co.in if you receive any such e-mail/SMS or Phone call. Immediately change your passwords if you have accidentally revealed your credentials. Know more...
  4. Do not be lured if you receive an e-mail/SMS/phone call promising reward for providing your personal information or for updating your account details in the bank site.
  5. Having the following will improve your internet security:
    1. Newer version of Operating System with latest security patches.
    2. Latest version of Browsers (IE 7.0 and above , Mozilla Firefox 3.1 and above, Opera 9.5 and above, Safari 3.5 and above, Google chrome,etc.)
    3. Firewall is enabled.
    4. Antivirus signatures applied
  6. Scan your computer regularly with Antivirus to ensure that the system is Virus/Trojan free.
  7. Change your Internet Banking password at periodical intervals.
  8. Always check the last log-in date and time in the post login page.
  9. Avoid accessing Internet banking accounts from cyber cafes or shared PCs.

Now OnlineSBI is EV-SSL certified

  • What is Extended Validation SSL?

    Extended Validation SSL Certificates give high-security web browser information to clearly identify a website's organizational identity. For example, if you use Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7 to visit a website secured with an SSL Certificate that meets the Extended Validation Standard, IE7 will cause the URL address bar to turn green. A display next to the green bar will toggle between the organization name listed in the certificate and the Certificate Authority (VeriSign, for example). Firefox 3 also supports Extended Validation SSL. Other browsers are expected to offer Extended Validation visibility in upcoming releases. Older browsers will display Extended Validation SSL Certificates with the same security symbols as in the existing SSL Certificates.

important note This site uses highly secure 256-bit encryption and is compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and above or Mozilla 3 and above. If you have an older version of Internet Explorer or Mozilla, please upgrade your browser.