Browser Requirements

Computer Requirements
  • Personal computer with a minimum 800 x 600 display resolution
  • Modem or some form of access to the internet
Internet Browser

For Microsoft Windows:
  • 128-bit Microsoft Internet Explorer® (version 10.0.92 or newer)
  • 128-bit Mozilla Firefox® (version 34 or newer)
  • 128-bit Google Chrome® (version 39 or newer)
For Macintosh:
  • 128-bit capable browsers (Safari or Mozilla Firefox® with latest versions)

Google Chrome installation instructions:

Mozilla Firefox installation instructions: :

About Browsers and Encryption

There are many different Web browsers on the market today. The most popular two are Netscape® and Microsoft Internet Explorer®. These two products come in dozens of different versions, and each has a different degree of security.

Web browsers deliver security by encrypting all of the information that travels between your computer and a server into unreadable messages. Even if they are somehow intercepted on the way from your computer to an online service, these encrypted messages are meaningless. Only when they reach their destination can they be decrypted back into useable messages by the server.

40-bit encryption is the most common kind. It's called that because the keys that it uses to encode messages are 40 bits long. For very sensitive transactions, though, the much stronger 128-bit encryption is recommended by all privacy advocates and security professionals.

That's why our WPCU Online service uses 'strong' 128-bit encryption, and that's why to use WPCU Online, you need to make sure you're using a 128-bit secure version of your Web browser, whether it's from Netscape® or from Microsoft®.