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Safe way to check my bank account on public computers in Germany?

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I'll be traveling for five weeks--four of them at a Goethe Institute in Germany. I don't have electronics, except for my low-tech cheapie cell phone, which I can't use in Europe. Therefore I depend on public computers for communication.

I know it's not safe to access my checking account on a public computer, so I thought I'd have my sister (at home) look at my checking account to see if there's anything I should know about.

However, I am wondering if there's any way I can personally check my accounts without being vulnerable to thieves, hackers, etc.

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