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I need to connect to my new bank, but it says that I need 128 bit encryption. I'm using Foxfire as my browser and a MacBook Pro with OS X operating system. How?

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I opened an account at Saudi Arabian British Bank and when I attempt to set up on-line banking, I get the message that my system does not support 128 bit encryption. I'm using Mozilla Foxfire on a MacBook Pro with OS X Version 10.8.5. I can access my US bank, credit cards and other secure sites, but not SABB? How can I fix this without installing Netscape or Internet Explorer?

I opened an account at Saudi Arabian British Bank and when I attempt to set up on-line banking, I get the message that my system does not support 128 bit encryption. I'm using Mozilla Foxfire on a MacBook Pro with OS X Version 10.8.5. I can access my US bank, credit cards and other secure sites, but not SABB? How can I fix this without installing Netscape or Internet Explorer?

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philipp
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hi, could you specify what kind of error you're seeing when trying to access the site or what it does say exactly about the requirements? (because "128 bit encryption" is too vague and doesn't reflect a common technical standard in that field)

hi, could you specify what kind of error you're seeing when trying to access the site or what it does say exactly about the requirements? (because "128 bit encryption" is too vague and doesn't reflect a common technical standard in that field)
the-edmeister
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Any website page that has a hyperlink to Netscape is using some real old coding. The Netscape browser was dead 10 -plus years ago.

Any website page that has a hyperlink to Netscape is using some real old coding. The Netscape browser was dead 10 -plus years ago.