New on L@ngley Link
The L@ngley Link Login process is unchanged, except for a different design which puts more instructions and help at your fingertips.
Start by entering your Member Number or optional Nickname. Click "Next" or press "Enter" on your keyboard. First-time users of L@ngley Link must configure their Safe2Connect security settings, using the provided link on the panel.
If your computer is registered, you won't see this page. If you have not registered your computer, you will need to permit the computer to be used temporarily by answering one of your Security Questions. Notice the box labeled "Remember Me". This box use to be part of Step 3, but makes a lot more sense here. By checking the box, you register your computer, an action that places an encrypted "cookie" on your computer. Then, the next time you login to L@ngley Link from the same computer, L@ngley Link will recognize your cookie, and bypass the Security Question. In other words, you'll only have to provide your Member Number and Password — two quick steps!
Step 3 is most important. This is your protection for your account. Always check the Security Key image on this page to make sure it's the Key you created. Never put your password there. Never submit your L@ngley Link password on any page without also seeing your Security Key there. The Security Key is your assurance that you are on the real L@ngley Link website, and that your computer is truly communicating with Langley Federal Credit Union.
A Note About Security
Most members access their accounts using the same computer, their own personal computer, a machine they control, a machine they're reasonably sure is safe. These members routinely register these computers. Registration of a safe computer adds protection to your account — by adding another impediment for non-authorized computers — while at the same time making your login process simpler. You only have to provide your Member Number and Password to login from a registered computer. The random Security Question is meant to give you temporary access to your account from a computer that's not yours.