The Importance of Enabling PIN Setting in your FasaPay account

Fasapay has a choice of 4 security features that are offered to you. You can choose their own security and can be selected active on what service. One of them Pin Setting.

Before you enable Pin Setting feature, please make Master Code first. Master Code (Code of Parent) is a number code consisting of 6 digits.

This code you specify is not created by the system. the parent code is required when you will change the data in our FasaPay account. So with the Master Code, not just anyone can change our data.

Caution !! Please remember this Master Code because FasaPay does not provide reset service for Master Code.

The Master Code setting is in the menu: Profile> Security Center.

Once the Master Code is created, it’s time to create the PIN Settings feature. We can add a PIN when we login on web / mobile / SCI.

Setting PIN Settings is in the menu: Pilih profil > PIN Setting > PIN On web log in > Send to mobile. To activate it simply by clicking the slider to ON and entering Master Code. Similarly to disable. We can choose PIN will be sent via Email, Mobile or both so that more privacy. There are also additional options Different IP only, will be asked PIN when we login from a different IP / Computer.

Immediately enter the PIN that has been received when we will login, the validity of PIN is only 10 minutes. If it has passed 10 minutes then the PIN can not be used again and we must submit a request for a new PIN.

If you password is stolen, you account will remain secure. Because the person trying to get into the account you can not not get the PIN Setting because it does not hold the phone or email you.

Long passwords are not enough

If you have not enabled the PIN Settings feature on your FasaPay account, it is time to activate it. Because complex and long passwords are not enough to prevent hackers from hacking into you accounts. Logging over an unencrypted Wi-Fi network while using a public hotspot can also be a loophole for hackers to stake out you accounts.

Hackers can also snoop you passwords using keyloggers (a spy program that can record what we type on the keyboard). Or hackers can do social engineering techniques through phishing for users to be deceived and give their identity.

Unfortunately there are still many people who have not used this feature. Most likely because many who have never heard it, or have heard but lazy to activate it because it has to bother to set it.