Originally Posted by mamamia
After installing Creme all I get is a grey colour box in place of the Java applet. I guess its one step better than not being able to see the grey box from before.
Here's the link to the site with the applet if anyone's interested: https://internet-banking.dbs.com.sg/
Does anyone confirm if Creme can open this applet or not?
With CrEme, it doesn't work, not even over a simple http (not https) connection, with a local file. It complained of "Class not found" when I linked the applet from either a local directory or directly (with adding a "codebase" attribute to the < applet > tag) from the .sg site, via a https connection.
With Netfront 3.2
, it seems to work. I haven’t been able to check whether it really works, though, as I have no account with the bank.
call), just checks whether the user PIN is valid or not with pretty heavy, java.math.BigInteger
-based (that is, there’re no javax
crypt/security packages involved) computation.
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on the alternative browsers, especially on Thunderhawk.
Bottom line: give a try to Thunderhawk. If it doesn't work, let me know and I try to find out why NF doesn't work with the specific setup, while it worked flawlessly with a (from my Web server) directly linked JAR file/applet.