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ATTENTION: Online Banking Users
Starting January 11, 2016, there will be a change to Internet Banking security. Browser security limits called “Transport Layer Security” (TLS) will be upgraded at that time.
As a user, you will need to ensure you are running on browsers that support TLS 1.2, and that you know how to activate TLS 1.2 support in such browsers if TLS 1.2 support has been disabled by default:
- For Windows XP and Windows Vista, Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 9 and older versions of IE do not support TLS 1.2. Users of Windows XP or Vista will need to either upgrade their operating system(s) to a Microsoft-supported operating system, or install the latest version(s) of Mozilla Firefox and/or Google Chrome, which provide support for TLS 1.2 on Windows XP and Vista operating systems.
- For Windows 7, Internet Explorer (IE) 10 does support TLS 1.2, but it is disabled by default. Users will need to follow steps to enable TLS 1.2, or will need to upgrade to IE 11, which has TLS 1.2 enabled by default.
- For Windows 8, Internet Explorer (IE) 10 does support TLS 1.2, but it is disabled by default. Users will need to follow steps to enable TLS 1.2, or will need to upgrade Windows 8.1, which automatically upgrades the browser to IE 11 and has TLS 1.2 enabled by default.
To enable TLS 1.2 for Internet Explorer:
1) Open Internet Explorer (IE).
2) In IE, click the Tools symbol and then, click Internet Options.
3) In the Internet Options window on the Advanced tab, under Settings, scroll down to the Security section.
4) In the Security section, locate the Use SSL and Use TLS options and uncheck Use SSL 3.0 and Use SSL 2.0.
5) If they are not already selected, check Use TLS 1.2.
6) Next, click Apply and then click OK.
7) You have successfully disabled the SSL 3.0 protocol and enabled the TLS 1.2 protocol in your IE browser.