Don't get left out in the cold: Update your browser and stay secure.
Did you know that over 50% of all online banking users in the U.S use an outdated and insecure browser?
We know that your current browser may feel like an old pair of jeans (comfortable) and that change is tough, but just as those jeans fray with age, the security provided within a browser weakens the longer it is in use. The best way to have a secure online experience is to keep your browser up to date.
Companies such as Microsoft, Google, Apple and Mozilla, release new versions of their popular browsers to provide enhanced security, and improved performance. Begining on June 18th 2018 many of your favorite websites (including Jonah Bank) will no longer support Transport Layer Security 1.0 (TLS 1.0) in favor of TLS 1.2. Many browser makers will be removing it from their browsers. While most browsers in use today already support TLS 1.1, we recommend you update to the latest version of your browser to take advantage of all the security features and bug fixes they include.
Keep your financial information safe visit the sites below to get the most current versions of browsers available.
If you are unsure of what browser version you are using, click on the browser heading below and follow the the listedsteps. Once you know what browser, and browser version you have, use the list below to determine if a more recent version is available.
To determine the version of IE the you are using:
Click on Help (in the toolbar) OR the settings cog wheel next to the favorites star icon
Click on "About Internet Explorer"
Take note of the version of IE displayed on screen and compare it to the table below.
(Note: Jonah Bank only supports IE Version 11.0 or higher).
To determine the version of Chrome the you are using:
From within Chome, click on the settings button (three veritcal dots to the right of the address bar)
Click on "help" in the menu and then "About Google Chrome"
Take note of the version of Chrome displayed on screen and compare it to the table below.
To determine the version of Firefox the you are using:
From within Firefox, click on the three horizontal bars to the right of the address bar for the menu
Select "Help" from the menu, and at the bottom click on "About Firefox"
Take note of the version of Firefox displayed and compare it to the table below. If Firefox is not up to date, this window provides a button to manually update
To determine the version of Safari the you are using:
With Safari open, click on "Safari" in your menu bar (top of screen)
Click on the option "About Safari"
Take note of the version of Safari displayed on screen and compare it to the table below. Tip: use the number displayed outside the parenthesis.
Please do not hesitate to call us if we can be of further assistance.