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Browser Security First National Bank also requires the use of secure browsers to protect you while you access our online financial services.
More specifically, the personal and account information that flows back and forth between your PC and First National Bank must be encrypted while in transit secure browsers are how we achieve this level of protection.
Our server does not connect directly to the Internet It is isolated from the network via "firewall".
All requests to the server are filtered through a router and firewall before they are permitted access to the server.
More importantly though, the cookie specification says that browsers need only accept 20 cookies per domain.
For example, a common mistake made by the end user is having the CAPS-LOCK on while keying in a password. This feature will automatically log you out of your current financial service session after a 15-minute period on our site.(Firefox doesn't complains, btw.) Note when setting "array cookies" that a separate cookie is set for each element of the array.On high traffic sites, this can substantially increase the size of subsequent HTTP requests from clients (including requests for static content on the same domain).Sign up now and receive the first three months free!First National Bank understands that the security of your personal and account information is important to you.