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Cookies
Cookies are small text files on your system, used to keep track of settings or data for a particular site. Websites can use cookies to identify a returning user or to pass information between web pages in a single visit.

There are two types of cookies: temporary and permanent. Temporary cookies are used and tracked by the browser to pass information and are deleted once the browser is shut down. Permanent cookies are stored on your system and can be accessed again for multiple visits. Permanent cookies usually have an expiration date and will be automatically deleted from your system at that time. Online Banking uses temporary cookies and may use permanent cookies, but never passes private information through cookies.

An example of how Online Banking uses a temporary cookie is in the demo. The browser uses the cookie to either show or hide the overview depending on the user's choice. Every time the demo is used, that cookie will be used and deleted once the demo is exited or the browser is shut down.

Online Banking also uses a different kind of temporary cookie known as a session cookie, a non-persistent cookie, or a pre-expired cookie. This cookie is used as part of the stringent security measures in Online Banking to make sure that each page in Online Banking is not cached or saved on your system. This means that each page must be retrieved from the web server. This cookie is deleted when a user logs or times out of Online Banking or if the browser window is closed and ensures that another user on the same computer cannot access the previous user's Online Banking session or information.

If you use Enhanced Security, Online Banking may place a secure permanent cookie on your computer. This secure cookie is unique, and when used in combination with your login information, creates a unique way to identify you to the system. For every login attempt after you add extra security to a computer, this secure cookie is validated along with the login identification you normally enter. This secure cookie is only used to validate your identity and does not contain any personal information.

JavaScript
JavaScript is a widely accepted, simple programming language that allows a website to be more interactive. Websites can use JavaScript to perform many actions such has calculations, displaying dynamic navigation, and rotating through banner images. By using JavaScript, websites can be pro-active by making a better Internet experience.

An example use of JavaScript in Online Banking is form validation. Validation is simply enforcing certain rules on different fields. When presented with a phone number field, JavaScript can alert the user if the phone number format is incorrect or if a value in the field is not a number. This allows the form to be filled out and submitted correctly the first time.

If JavaScript is not enabled, some or all of the Online Banking features may not work. In most browsers, JavaScript is enabled through the adjustment in Security Settings. Please refer to the specific section for your browser by clicking on the link located in the index at the top of the page.

SSL
Before initiating your Online Banking, we first require that a "secure session" is established using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. This is a process where the information between our server and your browser is encrypted or scrambled so that unauthorized parties cannot read it. There are two general indicators that you have entered a secure session. Check for an unbroken key or locked padlock icon on the bottom of your browser screen. Also, when the URL (web page address) in the address bar starts with "https" (note the "s" at the end) rather than "http", your session is secure.

Display Size
The content of a website is created to be best viewed in a range of display sizes or screen resolutions. The display size maximum is determined by your monitor's maximum display area (by maximizing your browser window) and the display size minimum is user controlled by resizing the window to be smaller than the maximum area allowed.

By viewing a website at or above the recommended display size or screen resolution all the Website content can be seen without scrolling left to right. Each website will vary with their recommended display size or screen resolution, but the most recommended browser display sizes are 800 width by 600 height (800 x 600) or 1024 width by 768 height (1024 x 768).

Your monitor’s display size, sometimes referred to as the desktop area is a setting controlled by your Operating System. Please refer to your Operating System documentation on how to determine and change your display size.

Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free browser plug-in that can read certain document file types known as PDF (portable document format). Having this plug-in allows you to read a PDF file from your browser window rather than having to open the Adobe Acrobat program to read the file. If your computer doesn't currently have the program, download Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe's website. Online Banking most commonly uses PDF files for online statements and check images.
 

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