128-bit cipher strength
128-bit cipher strength

Because of the sensitive nature of the documents on this web, your browser needs to support 128-bit SSL encryption. A certificate for this site is provided by Thawte Digital Certificates.

To view your current SSL cipher strength in Internet Explorer, click on Help Help about Internet Explorer.

  • The first line shows the version of Internet Explorer
  • The second line shows the cipher strength value. This must be 128-bit. If not, please follow the steps below.

Internet Explorer 4.0 and later are capable of supporting 128-bit SSL, but that requires a service pack to be installed. Get the service pack directly from Microsoft's Download Center, or download it from here...

Installation instructions:

How to install

  1. Determine your Internet Explorer version.
  2. Download the appropriate file:
    (Right click on the filename and select "Save Target as..." and save it to a temporary folder)
  3. Close Internet Explorer once the file is downloaded.
  4. Run the downloaded file and follow the installation instructions.
  5. Restart your computer when prompted.

Download High Encryption Pack

  • High Encryption Pack for Windows 2000
    Encpack_win2000_EN.exe
    (192 Kb)

  • Internet Explorer 5.01 for Windows 2000
    ie501dom.exe
    (213 Kb)

  • Internet Explorer 5.0 for Win 95, Win 98 and Win NT 4
    ie5dom.exe
    (214 Kb)

  • Internet Explorer 4 for Win 95, Win 98 and Win NT 4
    ie4dom.exe
    (229 Kb)