To determine if your version of Microsoft Internet Explorer (8.0 to 11.0)
supports SSL protocol with 128-bit encryption, click Help from the browser menu
and choose About Internet Explorer. If the Cipher Strength reads "128-bit",
then you should be able to access Employee Express. If the Cipher Strength
reads "40-bit", that means you will need to update your browser to the 128-bit
Internet Explorer 11.0 and up:
In the menu bar, click File, then click on Properties. In the Properties window under Connection, the encryption strength should be 128.
Browsers typically store/save pages displayed on your monitor to your hard
disk. This can allow others to see your personal information if they have
access to your machine. When you are operating in the SSL mode, this automatic
saving or caching can be turned off.
Deleting Temporary Internet Files (Clearing the Cache)
As you view web pages, the files and pictures associated with those pages are stored in the
Temporary Internet Files folder on your computer.
This speeds up the display of pages you frequently visit or have already seen because your
browser can open them from your computer instead of from the web. When you delete these files,
it is referred to as "clearing the cache".
To Delete Your Temporary Internet Files you should search your browser's help section for this topic.
There is one other security setting that needs to be verified for Internet
clicking on Tools from the browser menu, choosing Internet Options, and
selecting the tab labeled Advanced. Be sure under the Java VM category that
Java JIT Compiler is enabled.
Your browser will have to allow 1st party cookies/non-persistent
cookies/session cookies to access this website. A 1st
party/non-persistent/session cookie only exists in memory and will expire when
the browser is closed. If all cookies are blocked, you will not be able to
access this website. To check or modify your cookie settings, you will have to
locate your privacy settings within your browser’s internet options. Make sure
you are not restricting 1st party cookies that do not use personally
identifiable information without implicit consent.