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  • They say Safari isn't compliant when going to that page. I guess they don't like Safari's 128-bit encryption, or just don't care about us Mac users.

    They suggest:

    "We suggest Netscape version 4.08 or higher or Internet Explorer version 4.0 or higher. For Macintosh users, we suggest Internet Explorer version 4.5 or higher."

    But, I like this:

    "We regret any inconvenience this may cause but, with these policies, we strive to keep your account information as secure as possible."

    Yet, they suggest you use IE ver
    • > They say Safari isn't compliant when going to that page. I guess they don't like Safari's 128-bit encryption, or just don't care about us Mac users.

      Looks that way, I just got this email back from them:

      Thank you for contacting Capital One. We appreciate the opportunity to review your recent inquiry.

      We regret, we do not currently support the Safari browser. Please check our website periodically for additional information.

      We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

      • by KM (4) on 2003.11.11 14:43 (#25675) Journal
        So.. why do they let you register while using Safari?? The first page of their 'registration' should say "You can register with your browser, however it isn't supported with the ONLINE BANKING YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR!"

        Crap like that ticks me off.