How do I know my FastNet Classic internet banking is safe?
ASB's online services all come with security features aligned with good practice. FastNet Classic internet banking has several layers of security to keep your information and accounts safe.
1. Secure login details
To log in to FastNet Classic internet banking, you'll need to enter your unique username and password every time. Five incorrect attempts to log in will result in a lock out.
You may be verified with the reCAPTCHA security feature when you log in to your FastNet Classic internet banking. This is in place to prevent other people guessing or compromising your account.
3. Time and date stamp
You'll be able to see the time and date of your last login. This way you'll know that no one else has accessed your account.
4. We have security systems in place
FastNet Classic security monitoring and software uses strong encryption, which scrambles information passed between you and ASB before it travels over the internet.
5. Look for the padlock
FastNet Classic internet banking also holds an Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate. It's a badge of authentication and means that if you're using a modern browser, your address bar will show a padlock next to its URL when you visit asb.co.nz. This makes it easy for you to be sure you're on the genuine ASB website.
FastNet Classic internet banking also has a second level of security called two-step verification which is a free service.
Two-step verification helps ensure it’s really you, by using the ASB Mobile Banking app, texting a code to your mobile phone, or using a portable Netcode token.
- Learn how to set up Netcode at Login, our two-factor authentication.
- Learn more about two-step verification.
- What is Netcode and why do I need it?
- How do I register for Netcode?
No, you won’t need to enter a Netcode if: The total amount of payments in a day is below $1,000 ...
Some recent browser updates mean that you may now be prompted to save your password when logging in to FastNet ...