Browsers

Important notice - INTERNET BANKING SOLUTIONS FOR BUSINESSES

Please note that Internet Banking Solutions for Business will no longer support Internet Explorer 8 and 9 from November 25th, 2016. If you are using one of those versions, we recomend that you update your web browser.

To make it easier for you to browse on our site and access the information it contains, the following browsers and configurations are required.

What is the security level?

What is the version of your browser?

How to empty the cache memory?

What is a cookie?

Download your browser?

Security Level

We offer visitors to our site an automated tool that detects the level of security of the browser they are using.

Simply click on the link below. The context window will indicate whether you have the 128-bit version that will let you use National Bank Electronic Solutions.

Test your browser

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Find out the version of your browser

For users of Microsoft Windows:

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer

By following the instructions below, you can find out which version of the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser you are using.

1. Open your browser;
2. In the task bar click on Help (?);
3. Select About Internet Explorer;
4. The version number (first 3 digits) will appear in the top line of the context window;
5. This is the number that will tell you whether the browser is compatible with the National Bank's standards.

Firefox Screenshot

Mozilla Firefox

By following the instructions below, you can find out which version of the Mozilla Firefox browser you are using.

1. Open your browser;
2. In the task bar click on Help (?);
3. Select About Firefox;
4. The version number will appear in the top line of the context window;
5. This is the number that will tell you whether the browser is compatible with the National Bank's standards.

Chrome screenshot

Google Chrome

By following the instructions below, you can find out which version of the browser you are using.

1. Open your browser;
2. In the task bar click on the three bars icon;

 

3. Select About Google Chrome;
4. The version number will appear in the context window;
5. This is the number that will tell you whether the browser is compatible with the National Bank's standards.

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