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Login, passwords & security

A look at our security on Figured

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Written by Alexandra Henley
Updated over a week ago

Figured takes your data security very seriously, which is why we have built some robust features to protect your account, including 256-bit encryption (the same as what the banks use) to keep your data safe.

Secure browsing

All Figured URLs start with an HTTPS address (which means Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer) and displays a padlock. 

This is used to indicate a secure connection.


Logging in

When logging into your account, if you’re working on a personal device, you’ve got the option to let the browser save your login details for future reference.

If however you’re working on a shared device, please don’t save your login details.

If your login credentials are wrong, an alert will appear.

Setting your passwords

When creating an account in Figured you’ll be asked for a password. This must be a minimum of 8 characters in length.

If your password doesn’t meet the minimum requirements, an alert will appear to let you know what needs to be changed.

Automatic timeout

If you’ve been inactive in Figured for 60 minutes or more, you’ll be automatically timed out, and a pop-up message will appear.

Click OK, and you’ll be returned to the login screen again.

Two-factor authentification

Two-factor authentication is an added layer of security to help ensure that your financial data is always secure.

Figured now requires all users to set up two-factor authentication for their accounts.

You can find out how to set up two-factor authentication for your account here.

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