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Already try some Apps like Puffins, Skyfire, but still not working, can anyone tell me how to do as I need to do some internet banking in Ipad and seem they only support IE, when I use Safrai, just can entre the username, cannot fill the password area, appear the message I need to use IE and also only support 1024 x 768.

Thanks for help !
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I know this isn't particularly helpful, but I'd consider going with a different bank.

If they are that behind the times on online banking, imagine how behind the times their security is.

Another option would be to try Atomic Web Browser, and set the user agent to IE. That may trick the site, but if it's truly reliant on IE-only technologies like ActiveX scripting, then it probably won't work.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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Tks but I can't use different bank, I have that bank account already, any Apps can help like a similar IE ????? Just wonder !
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Is it related to the FLASH issue ????
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Is it related to the FLASH issue ????
Probably not.

Several years ago, when IE was more common, Microsoft started introducing proprietary technologies for web site owners that required IE.

The biggest one of these, a scripting language called ActiveX, proved to be extremely insecure. So, as the public started moving away from IE and onto better, more secure browsers, most companies that wanted to keep their customers also moved away from using these proprietary technologies.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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Probably not.

Several years ago, when IE was more common, Microsoft started introducing proprietary technologies for web site owners that required IE.

The biggest one of these, a scripting language called ActiveX, proved to be extremely insecure. So, as the public started moving away from IE and onto better, more secure browsers, most companies that wanted to keep their customers also moved away from using these proprietary technologies.
Then how can I solve the problem, can u go into the site to take a look, ????, but sorry, it is Chinese letter inside
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Can't post the web address here ?
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