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Online Security Center

Keep your digital life private

Update Your Browser

One of most important steps you can take to protect yourself online is keeping your browser updated. Browser updates protect you from identity theft, phishing attacks, viruses, trojans, spyware, adware and other forms of malware. Updates are issued periodically to address these problems.  If you’ve not already done so, please enable the automatic update feature of your browser.

In most cases, there is no charge for browser updates. However, if you are using an older computer with an older operating system, it probably does not have the capacity to run current browsers. In that situation, we strongly recommend that you purchase a new computer in order to stay save online.

Here are the latest versions of the most popular computer browsers.  Updated 12-20-22.

  • Chrome – Updates automatically; the latest version is 108.0. Versions below 108.0 are insecure.
  • Microsoft Edge – Updates automatically; the latest version is 107.0. Versions below 107.0 are  insecure.
  • Safari – Updates automatically, the latest version is 15.6. Versions below 15.6.1 are insecure.
  • Firefox – Updates automatically; the latest version is 107. Versions below 103 are insecure.


Stickley on Security

Stickley on Security is a cybersecurity firm founded in 2007.  One of their primary services is education and Abilene Teachers FCU employees use their courses to stay informed of threats and schemes being used by fraudsters and crooks.

Stickley added a public-facing portal, SoS Advisor, a few years ago and ATFCU is pleased to offer it to our members. We urge you to take advantage of this comprehensive resource.  But not too much at once!  The information can quickly become alarming.  (Trust us.  We know.)