Does Firefox support 128 bit encryption, as required on certain financial sites?
Some financial sites and credit card sites require 128 bit technology on the browser. Does Firefox use this or will I have to resort to using I.E?
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Firefox supports up to 256 bit encryption.
Thanks! It is difficult to know, because Firefox isn't listed as a browser that does on some financial sites. Just IE and Netscape are listed.