Effective August 8, 2013, the current and prior major released version of Safari will be supported for Apple/Mac users only when using CU AnyHour+. Safari will no longer be a supported browser for Windows users.
This is a security based change as a result of Apple's decision to not allow Windows users to update beyond the 5.1.7 version of Safari. At this time, Windows Safari users are exposed to at least 121 unpatched items.
Please note that Windows Safari users will not be prevented from using CU AnyHour+. But it is highly recommended that Safari Windows users utilize an alternative browser.
Members who experience problems accessing CU AnyHour+ can attempt the following steps to resolve the problem:
- Determine which version of browser is in use:
For Internet Explorer, start your browser, choose the “Help” menu, then the “About Internet Explorer” option. This dialog box will display the version, as well as indicating the encryption level.
Additionally, you can also choose the "Test Browser" option in the upper right of the log in screen of CU AnyHour+. This Browser Test can ensure you've got the latest, most secure Web browser. With one click, Browser Check instantly tells you:
- What browser and version you're using
- Your browser's encryption strength
- Upgrade recommendations
- Ensure java is enabled:
In Internet Explorer, you can either 1) add USSFCU/CU AnyHour+ to the list of "Trusted sites" or 2) enable Java for all Internet sites. Choose the “Tools” menu, and the “Internet Options…” option. Click the “Security” tab.
Option 1: Click "Trusted sites", then click the "Sites" button. Type "*.netteller.com" into the "Add this Web site to the zone" box, then click "Add", then "Close".
Option 2: Click the icon for the “Internet” Web content zone, click the “Custom Level” button, and ensure that “Scripting of Java applets” is not set to “Disabled”.
- Ensure that cookies are enabled for the CU AnyHour+ site:
In Internet Explorer, choose the “Tools” menu, and the “Internet Options…” option. Click the “Privacy” tab. Click the “Sites” button in the “Settings” section. In the “Address of Web site” box, type “*.netteller.com/ussfcu”, click the “Allow” button, and click “OK”. If the "Turn on Pop-up Blocker" option is selected, click the "Settings" button in the "Pop-up Blocker" section. In the "Exceptions" section, in the “Address of web site to allow” box, type “*.netteller.com/ussfcu”, click the “Add” button, and click “Close”.
- Clear your Internet browser cache:
In Internet Explorer, choose the “Tools” menu, and the “Internet Options…” option. Click the “General” tab, and click the “Delete..." button in the "Browsing history" section. Click the "Delete files..." and "Delete cookies...” buttons. (Internet Explorer 8 and 9 have check boxes for "Temporary Internet Files" and "Cookies", instead of buttons.) (If you wish, you may try taking just the "Delete files..." or "Temporary Internet Files" option, first. If this resolves the problem, you will not need to delete your cookie files.) WARNING: This action will clear all of the user’s Temporary Internet Files and Cookies, not just those for CU AnyHour+!
Other Troubleshooting Tips:
- If the problem still exists, try another secure site, if possible, to determine if the problem is specific to CU AnyHour+, or if all secure sites are affected.
- If you are an AOL user, be advised that the AOL browser is not a supported browser for CU AnyHour+, and may provide limited or no CU AnyHour+ functionality. Determine if the problem is specific to the AOL browser by connecting to AOL; then (while still connected), open Internet Explorer (make sure Internet Explorer is version 7.0 or higher, 128-bit encryption-enabled, with java and cookies enabled), and try the CU AnyHour+ site again. If this works, then the problem is likely AOL-browser-related. Also, check the AOL Personal Filing Cabinet for excessive entries, which may slow the AOL application down to the point that it times out and delivers an error message.
- Check for a nearly full hard drive, or low system ram memory, which would slow access and cause the browser to time out when trying to reach the server.
- If possible, try accessing the site from a different computer, using the same Internet Service Provider and connection method.