Online Banking

Attention Online Banking Users

Published on: October 21, 2014

In order to prevent the Poodle vulnerability from allowing a man in the middle attack on secure web pages we have made changes to the SSLv3 encryption.

Uses of SSL v3 was stopped on our Online Banking website Friday October 17, 2014. This may cause some issues with trying to get into your online banking. If you experience a problem we recommend you trouble shooting the following connection issues.

There are three situations in which a user could be affected by the disabling of SSLv3. In these instances, the browser would return a ‘Page cannot be displayed’ error.

1)If you are using a non-supported browser that does not support more modern ciphers such as TLS, you may need to upgrade your browser.

2)If using a supported browser, and it has been configured to not use modern ciphers such as TLS, you may need to modify the browser security setting to use TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and/or TLS 1.2.

3)If using a 3rd party aggregation service that pulls data from a system in a manner that uses SSLv3, you would need to upgrade your system to use a more secure cipher to retrieve data.