• Online Security

Always access Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune's Internet banking by typing in the correct URL http://www.janatabankpune.com/ into your browser. Never click on a link in an email to divert you to any website or enter personal details either in the email or website.

  1. Keep your passwords secure
    Your Janata Internet Banking password, together with your other internet banking credentials, permit access to your bank accounts. While creating passwords, remember the following things
    1. Keep them to yourself
             Do not be tempted to share your passwords with anyone. No one at Janata will ever ask you for your Internet Banking password. If someone does ask you for it, they do not represent Janata.
    2. Make them hard to guess
             Passwords containing upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols are far harder to guess. Do not be tempted to use passwords based on your name, your date of birth, telephone numbers, sequential letters or numbers etc.
    3. Vary them
             Try to use different password for different services.
    4. Never write them down
             If you really need to record your password, then use a code system or transpose some of the letters.
      You shouldn't fall pray to unsolicited emails or calls asking you to disclose any personal details or card numbers. This information should be kept secret at all times. Be cautious about disclosing personal information to individuals you do not know. Please remember that Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune would never contact you directly to ask you to disclose your PIN or all your password information. Any such instance contact us immediately via REPORT A FRAUD so that we can let you know as soon as possible
  2. PC security

    It is important to use up-to-date Anti-virus software and a personal firewall. If your computer uses Microsoft Windows operating system, it is important to keep it updated via the Windows Update feature, equally if you use another PC operating system or have an Apple Mac you should check regularly for updates. You should be vigilant if you use Internet cafes or a computer that is not your own and over which you have no control.
    We are using internet for all the daily courses now a days but Unfortunately, it also provides opportunities for criminals to:

    1. Infect your computer with spyware and steal your identity
    2. Mess up your computer with pop-ups and viruses
    3. Send you spam and scam e-mails
    4. Trick you into visiting fake websites and handing over personal information
    5. Hack into your wireless network

  3. Check your statements
    It is important to check your statements regularly, a quick check will help identify any erroneous or criminal transactions that might have been performed on your account without your knowledge.

  4. Always completely log off from your Internet banking session:
    It is important to completely log off from your Internet banking session; simply closing the window you performed the transaction in may not close the banking session. If your computer is infected with a Trojan, you session may become hijacked by a criminal and financial transactions performed without your knowledge. It is also advisable to disconnect from the Internet if you are not planning to use it.

  5. Secure your wireless network
    A wireless network allows you to connect your computer to the internet without having to use a cable. It typically contains a wireless router which uses radio signals to transfer data to computers within the network. Wireless routers come preset to very insecure settings to help users connect to them for the first time - but this also means that other people could access your internet account quite easily. For this reason, you should always consult your manual or online guide to find out how to connect more securely through your wireless network - usually by creating a password.

  6. What Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune does to make your online banking secure:
    Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune used a combination of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol and passwords to protect your information. In addition, stronger authentication is used that is second level authentication for secured transactions.