Browser Requirements and Security Safeguards
browsers must support the use of 128-bit encryption, cookies, and Java Script. Supported browsers
include Microsoft Internet Explorer® 6 or higher, Mozilla Firefox®, Netscape®
8.0 or higher and Opera for Microsoft Windows based Operating Systems. Mozilla Firefox®, Netscape® 8.0 or
higher, Opera and Apple Safari browsers are also supported for end users
utilizing the Apple Mac Operating System.
Only the full standalone Internet Browser applications
are supported. The use of an Internet Browser application imbedded within
another application, such as Microsoft Outlook®, is not supported for use
with CU Online. When utilizing Bill Payer with IE 9 or
higher, use of the browsers “Compatibility Mode” may be required. When accessing from a mobile device we
encourage the use of our mobile banking
Details about your web browser version can be found by
navigating to the ‘help’ menu within the browser, and choosing “about”.
system is owned and operated by Catholic Federal Credit Union and may be
used only for authorized purposes. CFCU may monitor and audit the usage of
this system, and all persons are hereby notified that the use of this
system constitutes consent to such monitoring and auditing. Unauthorized
attempts to upload information and/or change information on this web site
is strictly prohibited and are subject to prosecution under the Computer
Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and Title 18 U.S.C. Sec. 1001 and 1030.
Ensuring you have a secure online banking experience is our number one
priority. Users of Intuit products who willingly disclose their CU Online credentials to the third party for the use of account aggregation software assume the responsibility of contacting said third party for software support needs. When the account aggregation software is no longer needed, it is the responsibility of the member to contact third party support for instructions on how to properly remove access to CU Online accounts within third party software. Please be advised that improper removal of accounts within said software may have an impact on the members' future ability to authenticate to CU Online.
When a member accesses their account via Home Banking, they are subjected
to various methods of security and authentication before secure access is
granted. This level of Security is
The server requires that member browsers use a minimum of 128-bit
encryption. Data encryption is a process
that transposes account information which is sent from our server to the
members’ browser. The coded data
cannot be interpreted or altered without using a defined “key”. The “key” deciphers the information from
our server, which in turn allows members to view their account information
securely at their desktop/mobile device.
When a member supplies their account number and Personal
Identification Number (P.I.N.), they are passed to our RSA system which
requires them to supply a correct answer to one of 3 member defined
challenge questions before they are allowed to submit their final password
to authenticate to their account. RSA Adaptive Authentication takes a
risk-based approach to enabling strong, multifactor authentication using
device forensics, behavioral analysis, and RSA eFraudNetwork
matching. Once all levels of authentication have secured access to the
account; sensitive account details are masked, and account transaction
thresholds and activity are subject to fraud monitoring via compliance
Security: There is no
direct network wire connection between the Internet and either our internal
network or our data processing system.
Our network utilizes a mix of physical controls, firewalls, and traffic
translation to provide security between the home banking system and our
mainframe core, prohibiting any unauthorized access to our network and any
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