Important security changes that could affect you.
InterceptEFT takes web security seriously. If you arrived at this page from a warning notice while logged in, you could be seriously impacted if you don't make changes.
You can check your web browser or operating system without logging in by clicking here:
Note: "Check My Security" just checks your operating system and web browser. If your ACH software doesn't use your web browser, it can't check it with this tool.
Windows XP/Server 2003 Users:
If you use Windows XP or Server 2003, to keep your financial transactions secure and to continue using InterceptEFT's services, please update your operating system.
Minimum operating systems versions to access our secure web site:
- Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10. (Not all web browsers will work. See below for web browser requirements.)
Using Windows Vista will require installing another web browser like Chrome, Firefox or Opera. If your software uses a browser control to access our web site from within the software page, you may need to update to an operating system newer than Vista. Contact your software vender for more information.
- Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012, Server 2012 R2. (Not all web browsers will work. See below for web browser requirements.)
Using Server 2008 will require installing another web browser like Chrome, Firefox or Opera. If your software uses a browser control to access our web site from within the software page, you may need to update to an operating system newer than Server 2008. Contact your software vender for more information.
- Android 4.4 (Kitkat), Android 5.x (Lollipop) or greater.
- Apple OS X 10.7 or greater.
- Apple iOS 5.0 or greater.
- Other OS? See this (very technical) page for more information.
Minimum web browser versions to access our secure web site:
Edge, the default web browser included with Windows 10.
Internet Explorer 11 or greater for Windows 7, Windows 8.x, or Windows 10.
Internet Explorer 9, 10 running on Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2008 R2 or Server 2012 may need to have a check box checked in Internet Options. (See "troubleshooting" section below for details.)
Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10 will not get security updates on some platforms. (See Support for older versions of Internet Explorer ends on January 12, 2016.)
FireFox 38 or greater for all platforms
Opera 30 or greater for all platforms.
Apple Safari 8 or greater for Apple OS X or iOS.Other browser? See this (very technical) page for more information.
- Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Opera, under the "Help" menu (if the menu isn't visible, press the "Alt" key first), choose "About..." to see the version.
- Chrome, click the "hamburger" icon ≡ on the right, near the top, then choose "About Chrome".
Minimum programming languages that support TLS 1.2:
Your web browser says "PASS", but you get a "FAIL" when uploading files via your software.
The TLS 1.2 checkbox is checked on Internet Explorer and yet you still fail, or you fail intermittently when using Internet Explorer.
- Disable or uninstall any web browser toolbars. Search toolbars are often installed when installing free software and often are unwanted or unused and may cause instability. From IE, click the "View" menu to disable any toolbars you don't use. If you don't use those toolbars, uninstall them from "Programs and Features" in Control Panel. For more information, visit Manage add-ons in Internet Explorer on Microsoft.com.
- Turn on Enhanced Protected Mode. Enhanced Protected Mode adds additional security and disables most toolbars and browser helper objects. (Click for more information on EPM from Microsoft.com.) From Internet Explorer, click "Tools" menu... Internet Options... Advanced tab on the top right. Scroll down to the "Security" section. Check the checkbox for "Enable Enhanced Protected Mode". You may have to restart your computer for the change to take effect.
- Reset your browser. Resetting Internet Explorer will disable any toolbars, add-ons or settings, but you will lose your settings. From Internet Explorer, click "Tools" menu... Internet Options... Advanced tab on the top right. Then click the reset button towards the bottom. Leave the "Delete personal settings" checkbox unchecked, then click "Reset".
- Scan for malware and remove anything questionable. This is something you should already be doing.
- What else doesn't work? Maybe it's related to this problem.
- If all else fails, call a network or IT tech to fix it.