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TimesofMoney supports an encryption standard of 128-bit cipher strength. If your browser does not support 128-bit encryption, you may even see a 'Page not found'.
Currently, there are 3 levels of encryption generally available in web browsers: 40-bit, 56-bit, and 128-bit encryption. The 128-bit browser offers the highest level of encryption generally available on the Internet today and provides the best protection when transmitting confidential data over the Internet.
To Determine Your Encryption Level
Internet Explorer Users (PC):
  • From the top menu, click on 'Help'.
  • From the drop down menu, select 'About Internet Explorer'.
  • The information displayed for Cipher Strength is the encryption level (i.e. Cipher Strength: 128-bit).
  • If it does not say 128-bit, then you do not have a browser with 128-bit encryption.
Internet Explorer Users (Mac):
  • Select the 'Apple' menu from the top of the screen.
  • The information displayed for the Cipher Strength is the encryption level.
  • If it does not say 128-bit, then you do not have a browser with 128-bit encryption.
Firefox Users :
  • All versions of Mozilla Firefox support 128-bit encryption.
Safari Users :
  • The Safari browser displays a lock icon at the top right corner of the browser window when you're viewing a secure (https://) site. This symbol is absent when viewing an unsecured (http://) site. Safari can use both 40-bit and 128-bit strong encryption; the Web site determines which level of encryption is used at a given time.
 
Installing High Encryption Pack
The Windows 2000 High Encryption Pack may be included in your product on a floppy disk or on the Windows 2000 Professional product CD. However, laws in your country may not permit distribution of the Windows 2000 High Encryption Pack at this time, so it may be excluded.
If you want to use 128-bit high encryption, you can install the High Encryption Pack from the floppy disk, or from the Windows 2000 Professional CD, after Windows 2000 Professional Setup. You can also install the High Encryption Pack from the following websites -
 
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