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Online Banking System Requirements:

Technical Security Information

Marblehead Bank’s Online Banking security is based on Secure Socket Layers (SSL) technology. It employs a 128-bit public-key encryption code, which is the highest form of security. This system uses a public key for encryption and a private key for decryption of the encrypted key and the data exchanged on the Web. Additionally, each individual transaction relies on a unique session-specific set of keys to further limit the exposure of data.

We employ the latest security tools to protect your data on all of our computers and servers. Behind the scenes, as your information travels over the Internet and reaches our system, it goes through numerous protective safeguards known as firewalls, which are special computers that act like security guards for Internet traffic.

System Requirements

The following have been approved for use with Marblehead Bank's Internet Banking:

Operating System

Internet Explorer

Apple Safari® Mozilla Firefox Google
Windows 7 11.0 N/A 55.0 63.0
Windows 8.1 11.0 N/A 55.0 63.0
Windows 10 11.0, Edge N/A 55.0 63.0
Mac OS® X 10.11
(El Capitan™)
N/A 9.0 55.0 N/A

Mac OS® X 10.13
(High Sierra™)

N/A 10.0 55.0 N/A
iPad® N/A 8.0 N/A N/A
iPad®mini N/A 7.1 N/A N/A


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