Accessing the Online Banking Site
You can use a web browser to connect to the online banking site on a desktop computer or other supported device. It is recommended that you enable pop-up windows in the browser for your online banking site. If they aren’t enabled, certain features may appear in separate windows in your browser or may not appear at all.
To access the site go to https://www.libertysavingsbank.com and click “Login”.
Tip: For the best experience with online banking on a tablet or smartphone, use the mobile banking app instead of an Internet browser.
Unsupported browser notification
Continued use of unsupported browsers represents a security risk for end users. Unsupported browser notification presents targeted advance notice to end users accessing online banking via a browser for which support has been scheduled to end. It facilitates an easy process for installing an up-to-date, secure, and supported browser as a replacement. These three methods will be applied to all future browsers for which support is discontinued:
- Notification text within online banking — A notification bar appears at the top of the online banking screen letting you know that for security reasons, we will stop supporting the browser version you are using in the near future. When you see this notification, we recommend that you update your browser.
- Soft block — Prior to accessing online banking, a screen appears with notification text, as well as links to supported browsers. You can continue past the soft block to online banking by clicking or tapping Continue to log in.
- Hard block — Similar to soft block, however, hard block does not include the option to continue to online banking. You must upgrade your browser to a current version or select another supported browser.
Moving forward, browsers will continue to be evaluated. The appropriate date to end support for a particular browser will be based on several factors:
- The vendor’s official end-of-support date for security patches
- The quality of the user’s experience on that browser in online banking
- The percentage of users still leveraging that browser version