Internet Explorer - Which Version!

  spuds 19:29 16 Nov 2003

Maybe a simple answer to this one.I have just attempted to gain access to a secured banking website,but I have been refused.Their system checks my system, and it as informed me that my installed Internet Explorer requires updating.Never had this problem before, this evening.

I am running XP Pro with the SP1 installed.Microsoft website, seems to suggest that SP1 should be okay.What's going on, as I am getting confused.Are there later downloadable upgrade versions of IE.

  powerless 19:31 16 Nov 2003

Whats your bank?

  spuds 19:34 16 Nov 2003

Not telling you (;o)

Any suggestions to the above though!

  powerless 19:36 16 Nov 2003

Err no so we can see if its general problem [with the site] or just your computer.

  hugh-265156 19:42 16 Nov 2003



  [DELETED] 20:08 16 Nov 2003

Delete your Temp Internet files, also check your time and date are correct on your machine.

  [DELETED] 20:57 16 Nov 2003

If its Natwest you having a problem with, I can tell you I can access it ok. Running the same as you. Same story with Cahoot.

  spuds 23:13 16 Nov 2003

Telling me now, that the 128 bit encryption is not functioning!.

Think I will call it a day. Good Night all.

  hugh-265156 23:24 16 Nov 2003

i dont use online banking but try

tools/internet options/advanced


use SSL 2.0 & SSL 3.0 boxes maybe

  spuds 18:47 17 Nov 2003

huggyg71 -Both are ticked and okay, thanks anyway.

Contacted Goldfish [Lloyds-Tsb],their answer ???.The couple of people that I spoke to, "doesn't understand IT"??.

Put a green tick, and let the mystery remain.

  [DELETED] 18:50 17 Nov 2003

Can you get on ANY secure pages?

If not, try click here CryptoFix

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