Online Banking Alert
Potential Disruption to Online Banking Access Possible May 7, 2013
As our valued customer, we want you to be aware of a possible Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack planned for May 7th, 2013, against banks and credit unions across the United States. A DDoS attack is an attempt to flood a website, server, and/or network with illegitimate traffic, rendering it unresponsive to actual users.
While we are not a known target of this attack, we want you to be prepared should our website experience any service interruptions on May 7th. Know that we are working to limit any online access issues you may experience during this time. To best avoid inconvenience, we ask that you please consider performing any vital online banking activities that you might have planned for May 7th prior to that date.
However, if you do need to make an urgent online banking transaction and are unable to access our website, you may log in directly to your online banking account at https://web13.secureinternetbank.com/PBI_PBI1961/PBI1961.ashx?Rt=253170334&LogonBy=Connect3&PRMAccess=Account – keep this link as a ready alternative to your traditional online banking login on May 7th, as it will remain functional unless our online banking provider is specifically targeted.
Thank you for banking at First Federal Bank. And thank you for your understanding as we do our best to keep you informed and aware of any developments that could affect your banking experience.