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View information on the FNB Namibia Website, including info on accessibility and Online Banking.

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View information on the FNB Namibia Website, including info on accessibility and Online Banking.

Accessibility

The First National Bank of Namibia website is designed to be accessible via all main Web browsers and browsing devices.

We strongly recommend that you use the latest version of your preferred browser. The most up-to-date version of your preferred browser is normally available as a free download from the relevant browser manufacturer's website.

The latest versions of browsers are more secure than older versions, which is particularly important when doing your banking via the Internet.

Most Windows based PCs are preinstalled with Microsoft Internet Explorer, therefore it is the most commonly used browser. Because of this, Internet Explorer is the browser most attacked by viruses and spyware.

If you use Internet Explorer it is particularly important to run a virus scanner regularly and keep it updated with the latest security patches from Microsoft.

Other good browsers for Windows PCs, such as Opera and Mozilla Firefox, are available free of charge.

FNB Online Banking

At this stage, FNB Online Banking does not support all hand-held devices.

You should be aware of the following security issues when banking online:

Caching - browsers have the ability to cache information, that is, to remember a page or an image from a website. This makes Internet surfing quicker because when you return to a Web page previously visited, the browser can present a stored page without having to request the page from the server again.

For security, all FNB Online Banking pages are delivered with instructions to the browser not to cache (remember) the information. While most browsers obey these instructions, Internet Explorer ignores them and under certain circumstances you may view a cached page of information.

To prevent this make sure that Internet Explorer has the following settings:

  • >>Tools >> Internet Options >> Advanced >> Do not save encrypted pages
  • >>Tools >> Internet Options >> General >> Settings >> Automatically
  • >>Tools >> Internet Options >> Advanced >> Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed

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