Browser Upgrade Required

We do not block specific browsers; rather, browsers that are behind many versions and are considered to be deprecated by the browser's publisher will prompt a warning.

Most browsers receive updates automatically every few weeks or months.

Often, users encountering this message are using very old operating systems (e.g. Windows XP) or mobile devices (e.g. Android or iOS) that are no longer receiving updates from their manufacturer. Depending on the manufacturer, this may be between 3 to 5 years after the model was released.

ℹ️ NOTE: Outdated browsers may not support modern features, or may have security vulnerabilities that are patched in newer versions. Ignoring the warning and proceeding anyway acknowledges these risks.

Message for Users with Outdated Browsers

If you are using an outdated browser, you will see the below message. You will encounter the message only once on each device, but if you clear your browser data, the message will appear again.

Google Chrome Example. Browser details will vary depending on the browser you use.

Those having administrator access of their device should immediately update their browser. If you cannot for any reason, such as being locked-in by your organization's IT policy, you have the option to dismiss the warning and continue by clicking the Proceed Anyway button at the bottom.

ℹ️ NOTE: If you receive this warning but believe that your browser is up to date, you may contact the Help Desk with your browser and operating system information for review.

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