Password Setting Your password is suggested to be set as complicated and unique. The length should be at least 8 digits. The password suggestion includes uppercase lowercase letters, numbers or special symbols, and there should be no obvious rule. It is highly suggested not to include your name, email name, your birthday, mobile phone, etc. Information obtained by others. For example, lihong, 123456, qwerty, CITEX123, abc123, etc. are not recommended passwords. You can also increase the security of your account by changing the password from time to time (changing every three months). Password for each replacement should be completely different. Never reveal your password to others. CITEX employees will never Ask for your Password.Dual Authentication It is recommended that you bind Google Authenticator, a dynamic password tool from Google. You need to scan the QR code provided by CITEX with your mobile phone (support iOS and Android scan download). After all the procedures are completed, a valid 6-digit verification code will be generated every ten seconds. After the binding is successful, each time you log in to CITEX, you need to enter the 6-digit verification code displayed on the Google Authenticator.
Login Password Play a very important role. Please keep your login password. Here are a few things to keep in mind when setting your login password： Don't reveal your password to others · Do not share the same password with other websites · Complicated password containing upper and lower case letters, Numbers and special characters is recommended to be set to 16 bits; · Change your password on a regular basis (say every three months) · Use password management tools to help to remember the passwords.important note · Don't make any calls to people who aren't CITEX officials. · Do not believe anyone who claims to be CITEX members and send in money. · Enable Google dual authentication · Use a unique email address and password for your account. · Please make sure you have access to：https://www.citex.co.kr · The phishing sites will induce you to reveal your personal information. Make sure you're visiting a real site. · Do not click on a link or open an attachment in an email unless you are certain that the message was sent by CITEX.
Protect your computer: don't install unnecessary software on your computer, and don't install software from not trusted developers; if possible, consider using a dedicated computer, installing Linux, Chrome, the password manager plugin, and etc. Subscribe to a good anti-virus software and keep it updated. · Protect your Internet connection: always use a wired connection if possible. If you must use WiFi, consider routing through a VPN.