Security Guide

Security Guide

As use of the Internet continues to expand, more banks and thrifts are using the Web to offer products and services or otherwise enhance communications with consumers.

The Internet offers the potential for safe, convenient new ways to shop for financial services and conduct banking business any day, any time. However, safe banking online involves making good choices - decisions that will help you avoid costly surprises or even scams.

This guide offers information and tips to help you if you are thinking about or already using myABL Internet banking service.

You must read the guidelines provided in this document and take the necessary precautions while using myABL Internet Banking Service.

Security Overview

Allied Bank uses a very high level of encryption to protect your transactions and Accounts from unauthorized access. This includes security in terms of hardware and software at our end such as Firewalls, SSL certificates and other security software.

All information that travels between your computer and myABL Internet Banking Server(s) is secured with 128-bit SSL encryption. This means information cannot be read or tempered between any points on Internet. This ensures privacy of your transactions and any other data that travels over Internet.

Make sure that "LOCK" occurs in the browser bar without any warning on the login page

Username and Password Security

Access to myABL Internet Banking Service is based on a Username and password. This Username and password is chosen by you at the time of registration. You must keep your Username and Password confidential and take steps to prevent unauthorized use of them. You must not tell or disclose them to another person or allow them to be seen by another person (including family or friends). You must not keep a record of them in a way which they can be determined by another person. You must not record them together. You must not select a Password, which represents your birth date or a recognizable part of your name.

Allied Bank may from time to time provide guidelines for ensuring the security of a Password or Username. The guidelines will provide examples only of security measures and will not determine your liability for any unauthorized instruction on your Account. Make sure that you are typing your Username and password on the correct myABL Internet Banking login page provided for this service. Customers are advised to change the Password frequently

Biometric Login Security on Mobile App (Android & iOS)

For the convenience of customers, Allied Bank provides biometric login on myABL Android and iOS app. For first time registration for biometric authentication, you need to have enabled your Touch ID/Face ID option on your device and follow below mentioned steps:

  1. Enter myABL Username and password on login screen.
  2. Click Enable Biometric Login option and press Sign In.
  3. It will ask to allow to let myABL app store Device ID, choose allow.
  4. Please scan your finger or face to confirm.
  5. It will login.

Note: Biometric login using Face ID is currently available for iPhone mobiles only.

From next time, after getting registered and login, you will notice an Icon to login with Touch ID/Face ID available under Join Now button. Simply press it and when asked, place your finger on the sensor or scan your face if you are using iPhone with Face ID feature and get login into your myABL account without any need of entering username and password.

PIN Based Security

All financials transactions are secured by a 6-digit One Time PIN. You have to enter this PIN whenever you will try to transfer funds or pay bills. You can always regenerate your PIN and change your PIN delivery method from with-in the myABL Internet Banking.

Security Tips

Do not disclose your Username and Password to any one including your friends, relatives or Allied Bank Employees.

Always choose a strong password and try to keep changing your password regularly and frequently.

Change your password immediately when you think somebody has guessed or seen it and report the incident to our Phone Banking on 111-225-225.

Inform us in case there is an incident.

Do not share the email address used in myABL Internet Banking service, as it is used to reset the PIN or password for your account.

Never store banking information like login ID/passwords, credit/debit/prepaid card numbers, CVV number etc. on your browser.

Never store your credentials on your phone. Use a strong password and change it regularly.

Remember you can access myABL internet banking by typing https://www.myabl.com.

Always look for GREEN BAR in your browser which ensures that the website you are accessing is genuine and secure.

Keep your browser up-to-date and install latest antivirus on your computer to ensure your system’s security.

Make sure that you are typing your Username/CNIC and password on the correct myABL Internet Banking login page provided for this service.

Never store your login information on the browser.

Always use the "LOGOUT" option to safely exit from myABL Internet Banking.

Always install banking apps from official Google Play Store or Apple App Store only.

Always update to recent version of the operating system.

Install the latest version on Antivirus

Do not use myABL Internet Banking from a shared PC such as Net-Cafe's etc.

Allied Bank never asks you for your personal information (myABL Username, password, ATM PIN, OTP) through phone calls, web links, SMS, emails and social media. Also, we never call our customers from 111-225-225. Do not share any information to such callers claiming to be from Allied Bank/government/security companies

Protect yourself from fraudulent websites and emails. For example, watch out for copycat Web sites that deliberately use our or Web address very similar to, but not the same as abl.com.pk. The intent is to lure you into clicking onto their Web site and giving your personal information, such as your Username/CNIC and password.

Always check to see that you have typed the correct Web site address before conducting a transaction.

People are usually mislead by fraudulent emails, which give an impression that email was sent out from us thus causing compromise on your security information

Avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments coming from unexpected/unknown emails or SMSs.

Always subscribe transaction alerts in order to keep an eye on your bank accounts transactions.

In case of any suspicious activity, change your password instantly and contact 24/7 Allied Phone Banking helpline 111-225-225 immediately for support. This helpline is only for receiving customer calls.