Download the latest Web Browser

All browsers are susceptible to malware and browser security problems. One of the easiest and most effective ways to protect yourself from these threats is to ensure your browser is up to date.

Why download the latest browser?

  • Surf the web with confidence, knowing you've got the latest security updates.
  • Enjoy a faster and better experience with the new browser features.

Supported Browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari


In response to a recently found vulnerability, our website no longer supports SSL 3.0. In order to login to our website, you must have a browser that is capable of TLS (Transport Layer Security). Certain versions of Internet Explorer are now obsolete and need to be upgraded or replaced. You can replace your browser with either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. If you don't have either of these browsers installed, the links are below:

Firefox –

Chrome –

If you want to continue using Internet Explorer, you may be able to depending on what version of Windows you have. To check what version of Windows you have, click on the Start button, then right-click on My Computer/Computer, and click Properties.

If you have Windows XP, you must replace your browser with Firefox or Chrome. There is no compatible version of Internet Explorer that works in Windows XP.

If you have Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8:

  • You must be using Internet Explorer 9 or higher. To check your version, open Internet Explorer and click on Help, About Internet Explorer.
  • Click on Tools, Internet Options
  • Go to the Advanced Tab, then scroll down to the Security section
  • Check the box that says "Use TLS 1.0"
  • Click Apply, then OK.
  • Try to login to your account, if it still doesn't work, you may have to uncheck the "Use SSL 3.0" box and then try again.
  • If none of the above works, then you'll need to replace your browser with Firefox or Chrome.

Update your Security Software

Security software suites and firewalls are useful tools that can help you maintain a healthy and secure computer. Keeping these up-to date will provide the best experience and protection.

Problem: Viruses and Spyware

Viruses and spyware can take over your system, slow it down and put your data, privacy, Internet accounts and even financial data at risk.

Solution: Antivirus Suite

Antivirus software scans your computer for viruses and deletes them. Additionally, it monitors your computer and incoming email for malicious files and stops them from taking effect.

Problem: Malicious Internet Traffic

Keeping malicious Internet traffic away from your computer is another important way to protect yourself online.

Solution: Firewall

A firewall is the gate keeper between your computer and the Internet. Firewalls control your access to the Internet and, more importantly, the Internet's access to your computer.

Protect Your Mobile Devices

Just like your personal computer, your mobile device needs attention to ensure your information is safe and secure. Take the following actions to secure your mobile devices.


Keep your mobile device OS and applications up to date. For an iPhone® or iPad®, use iTunes or the settings to check for updates. For an Android® mobile device, check your device settings for OS updates. Your device's application store will generally keep you aware of any required application updates.


If your mobile device supports a password or PIN to restrict access, you should use one. This prevents someone being able to access your device without first getting past your PIN or pass code.


If your mobile device supports it, use encryption to protect sensitive information. Your device may also have a wipe function that can be triggered by password failures or remotely if your device is lost or stolen.

Malicious Software

Controls on application stores can differ based on your mobile device type and provider. You should only install trusted applications.

Device Modifications

Jail breaking or rooting your mobile device can make it more vulnerable to malicious software and may void your warranty.

If your device is lost or stolen, immediately:

  • Contact your service provider to stop service.
  • Contact TFB to disable text alerts.

Wireless Networking Security

At Home

Use WPA2 security to protect your wireless network (and avoid the outdated WEP security option). Hide the SSID or network name of your wireless router; this prevents passersby from seeing your network.

On the Road

Connect only to networks you trust and avoid wireless network with no security (such as WPA2). Unprotected wireless data can be intercepted and possibly used to steal your online account information.