Graha Retail Banking is a banking services provided by Bank Artha Graha through the Internet so that you as a user can access easily and quickly to the needs of banking transactions. Enough with www.arthagraha.com access whenever and wherever you can perform banking transactions without having to come to Bank Artha Graha. Graha Retail Banking is a solution for those who need direct banking services with practicality and security of transactions.
Graha Retail Banking offers banking facilities, fast and convenient. Enjoy easy access to your account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Leave a habit of queuing and arrange your accounts without having to come to visit Bank.
Internet Banking applied Bank Artha Graha has a security system as follows:
Yes, we recommend you to do a few things below to the security of transactions from the Customer, namely:
To enjoy this service Graha Retail Banking, the stages are as follows:
OTP token or OTP is a combination of numbers randomly generated by the internet banking server application sent by the Bank to the mobile number (mobile phone) Customer through SMS and M-Pin is used when the Customer conduct financial transactions in internet banking. 1 (one) M-Pin numbers can only be used once for one (1) transaction and no expiration. Transaction PIN or T-Pin is a combination of numbers as a secret number that is made by the Customer at the time of registration of internet banking. T-Pin is used in conjunction with M-Pin when conducting financial transactions in internet banking.
How to get the OTP Token to access Graha Retail Banking and perform the steps:
Please call Customer Service at branches of Bank Artha Graha Graha or you can call 0-800-191-8880 Call | (021) 515-2152.
To ascertain whether the transaction is successful or not, you can check through the Transaction History Menu Graha Retail Banking or you can contact Customer Service at 0-800-191-8880 or Graha Call | (021) 515-2152.
Yes, we suggest you to do a few things below to the security of transactions from the Customer, namely:
We do not recommend you to access the service Graha Retail banking on public computers or Internet cafe. Generally computers in public places vulnerable to viruses and programs that can save what was typed (keylogger). Not impossible program is intentionally made to read whatever you type (Including User ID and Password Graha Retail Banking), to then the data is taken or sent to the creator of the program and used for personal benefit. But when it comes to things occurred in Retail Banking Graha services, these services will remain safe because Graha equipped with Retail Banking Mobile PIN (M-PIN), in which the financial transactions that are not can be done when the M-PIN is not known. The worst thing happens is that the person can only view balances and mutation your transaction.
Phishing is the act of obtaining personal information such as User ID, password, bank account number, your ATM card number invalid. This information will then be used by the fraudsters to access accounts, commit fraud or ATM card guiding customers to transfer to the account specified by the lure of prizes.
A common technique is often used by fraudsters to the model Phishing is as follows:
Do not be easily persuaded to follow directions / instructions whatsoever in respect of account information, which is recommended in the e-mail linked to certain sites. If you receive this type of e-mail and on behalf of Bank Artha Graha, beware. Bank Artha Graha apply policy not to ask the owner of the account / customer do updating of information through e-mail. Graha Retail Banking provides protection for this phishing attack mode with their "Character Validation" as a tool to validate Internet address banking you access if it was true and not fake website addresses. If you receive an e-mail like this, please report it to Bank Artha Graha. Li>
Here are tips to protect yourself from scam phishing:
If you have any questions about the e-mail sent by Bank Artha Graha or if you feel that someone is trying to misuse of Bank Artha Graha, immediately contact Graha Call at 0-800-191-8880 | (021) 515-2152 to confirm.
Keylogger is an application or software that can be lock the keyboard keys by using a specific logger program. Thus, anything that is typed by the user on the screen, can recorded. This means that even when typing a password in the box password that appears on the monitor simply ***** for example, but the contents The password can be automatically recorded and can be read by those who want to harm you.
Keylogger just record keystrokes on the keyboard and store them somewhere for later retrieved. Technically, the keylogger will catch all the characters are entered into the computer unless the [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Del].
For the customers of Bank Artha Graha need not worry over Keylogger, Retail Banking for Graha application is equipped with virtual keyboard for a password when signing in to the service internet banking. So when you use the internet service banking on a shared computer, it is recommended to use virtual keyboard to enter a password.
Cybersquatting is a crime committed by register domain names the company of others and then seek sell it to the company with a more expensive price. Annexation domain name is to register your site with wear brand name or another person without right before the owner legitimate registering, then attempt to offer sites to the person or the owner of the mark concerned with a very high price.
grabs the domain name is the act of someone who is not entitled or not the actual name owners who have gone before register popular names she knew the purpose to resell to interested parties on behalf The above acquisition cost.
Man in the Middle Attack is one of the raids on stage gain access. In this way one can read, inserts, and falsifying data between two computers that are connected in a single network. Man in the Middle Attack can when computers attacker is on the same network with two other computer as the name suggests, Man in the Middle, the attacker must put yourself in the middle of communication between the computer and the computer User A User B.