Banking Protection issues
I'm having a problem with the Banking Protection feature.
First, I'm on Windows 8. I mainly use the Iron browser (Chrome based) and, rarely, the IE 10.
When I try to login my bank on Iron, I get this error message:
"Certificate-based authentication failed
This server requires a certificate for authentication, and didn't accept the one sent by the browser. Your certificate may have expired, or the server may not trust its issuer. You can try again with a different certificate, if you have one, or you may have to obtain a valid certificate from elsewhere.
Error 117 (net::ERR_BAD_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT): Bad SSL client authentication certificate."
And when I try to login my bank on IE 10, I get this error:
"This page can't be displayed
•Make sure the web address http://...com is correct.
•Look for the page with your search engine.
•Refresh the page in a few minutes."
Needless to say, by disabling the Banking Protection (flyer at the top of browser) everything is back to normal.
Is there any workaround to solve this, without losing the protection for my online transactions?