Some areas of this site are secured with 128bit encryption, by SSL (Secure Socket Layers).
This mean's that any communication between you and Engenuity is secure to the highest standards
To take advantage of this, your browser will need to be able to handle the encryption,
preferably to 128bit standard, although many browsers will default to the lower 40bit standard
if they are not capable of 128bit.
One exception to this is the standard non-US installation of Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 for Windows (with 56bit encryption),
which may show the screen in fig 1 when you try to access a secure page. To correct this,
you will need to download the "128bit high encryption" package from Microsoft, the simple way to
do this is go to "about Internet Explorer" in the "Help" menu and clicking on the link, as in
fig 2 and following the instructions. On a
Windows NT/Windows 2000 computer you will need to be logged in as administrator, or you
will need your network administrator to carry out the install.