In an effort to be proactive and keep all member information secure, MSUFCU is transitioning website security certificates to a stronger encryption level from SHA-1 to SHA-2. Since making this update, some members have reported receiving messages stating the connection is not private or secure when visiting our website. Please rest assured that MSUFCU's website remains secure and no data is being compromised.
These messages are displayed because the encryption level we are using is newer than what these older browsers support.
Earlier today, MSUFCU was notified that some members had received a notice on their web browser that their MSUFCU account login credentials may have been compromised as part of other large-scale security breaches. The notice also asks users to visit another website to check their credit. Should you receive this malware notice, we recommend not clicking any links and closing your browser immediately.
Please rest assured that if you receive this notice on your web browser, MSUFCU's systems remain secure. The message is tied to malware and does not reflect any threat to your account or MSUFCU's system.
While there is no threat to MSUFCU's system, we’d like to remind our members to be diligent in regularly monitoring their MSUFCU accounts to help detect any suspicious activity. There are many monitoring options available for MSUFCU members
ComputerLine – Review transactions and account history in real-time.