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  • Browser Compatibility

The Browser Compatability page allows you to test your browser's compatibility with the Conduent RebateWeb secure web environment. From this page you can determine the following information about your current browser's compatibility with our site:

To be compatible with this web site's security features, we require that you use one of the browsers listed below.

• Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x or higher with 128-bit encryption

• Mozilla Firefox 3.x or higher with 128-bit encryption

Browser Version Requirements

Whichever browser version you use, it must support 128-bit encryption (also called "strong" or "domestic" or "U.S." encryption). The 128-bit version of a web browser gives you the highest level of protection possible whenever you use our online application over the Internet. To check the encryption strength of your browser, follow these instructions:

Internet Explorer

• From the menu bar choose "Help" then choose "About Internet Explorer"

• Look for the cipher strength information.

• If the cipher strength is 40-bit, you will need to upgrade your browser.

Mozilla Firefox

• From the menu bar choose "Help" then choose "About Mozilla Firefox"

• Look at the version number.

• If the line reads "Mozilla Firefox 2.x" you will need to upgrade your browser.

Upgrade Your Browser or Encryption Strength

If you need to upgrade to a new browser or upgrade the encryption strength of your current browser, click the links below to go to the Netscape or Microsoft Site.

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 3.0 Configuration

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x or higher

• From the Menu, choose "Tools"

• Choose "Internet Options"

• Choose the "Advanced" Tab

• Scroll down to the "Security" heading

• Check the SSL 3.0 item

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x or higher

• From the Menu, choose "View"

• Choose "Internet Options"

• Choose the "Advanced" Tab

• Scroll down to the "Security" heading

• Check the SSL 3.0 item

Mozilla Firefox 3 or higher

• From the Menu, choose "Tools"

• Choose "Options"

• Choose the "Advance" tab

• Choose the "Encryption" item

• Check both "Use SSL 3.0" and "Use TLS 1.0"

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