[ubuntu-uk] Online banking

Michael Rimicans heed at bigmassiveheed.co.uk
Thu Jun 5 17:02:56 BST 2008

I did have this problem when I updated to hardy, but now it seems to 
work fine since I upgraded to the release candidates of FireFox.

Using the user agent switcher did solve the problem at first. All you 
needed it for was the login pages any other page was fine once you had 


Craig wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-06-05 at 10:47 +0000, keith wrote:
>> I've just upgraded to Hardy Heron and tried to access my online Natwest Bank page, only to be confronted with a message telling me that my browser (Firefox 3) is not acceptable.  I have spoken to the bank's online banking department and I might just as well have been speaking to next door's cat for all the help they were.
>> Has anyone else come across this problem and been able to resolve it?
>> Cheers,
>> Keith.
> Obviously this doesn't solve anything but my 'ickle persons account'
> with nationwide work fine, although it seems to have some trouble
> remembering the details I end up filling in every time I try to access
> my online banking. However I did notice in the FAQ it did say that you
> needed Internet Explorer.
> It seems strange that they should be saying things like this, as IE has
> a relatively small market share. Not even safari or firefox was
> mentioned. I can understand that they wouldn't support firefox 3 yet, I
> guess that is the downside of using software before it's officially
> released.
> Craig

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