[Resolved] Computer messages blow my mind !!!!

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klloyd

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I need 128-bit encryption to access a secure site to bank on-line. I get a message that says "Browser is not capable of supporting level of security" then has me click a link to "test my browsers security". I get the following error message: MICROSOFT VBSscript runtime error (Blah, Blah). ActiveX component can't create object/test.asp. Can someone translate this for me please and even possibly tell me what I have to do????? Thanks a bunch !!
 
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If you are running Internet Explorer as your browser you must be running version 5.01 or below. If so you will have to download the update for 128 encryption.
For download from Microsoft Click Here
Once there select the version of IE you have and download.
Dave
 

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OK, OK - laugh now and get it over with...but I don't know what "browser" I am using. I have AOL as my internet access. This is my "browser", right? I don't know what version I should update at the site you linked me to. I thought I was somewhat familliar with computers until this internet thing came along. Now I am completely without knowledge. :confused:
 
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Hi klloyd,Go to start>run>type in msinfo32>when the window opens,you should see what version your running,
 

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:D Thanx all for your help. My computer has once again escaped the flight from a ten-story building. Thanks again.....:cool:
 
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