"Simple? Not if you actually have a reasonably secure browser"0.5 starson by defilm
Pros: Unknown, never got to use it
Cons: Good luck in trying to activate your account
Summary: I have a reasonably secure IE (if there is such a thing). Most settings are default. I don't take 3rd party cookies, but I cleared my cookie deny list to make sure it was not getting int he way of activation. I requested activation, received the email. Executed the URL they sent. System indicated I was activated. Log in attempt indicated I was not activated. Request my password in case I mistyped it, YOU NEED TO BE ACTIVATED! I suppose if I expose myself to all kinds of nasty stuff, perhaps it would work? I do allow Java, but not directX, nor should you allow directX. Nasty. I do not even need a cookie. Check out Roboform, great password automated login program. All my passwords are on a USB memory stick AES encrypted. I click on it, and it brings me to the site, logs me in, and I am ready to go. Best $30 I ever spent. So you don't need cookies at all. You go to the site, Roboform brings up your login info and one click, you are in.
I don't know if cookies were the issue, or a server issue, there was little in the knowledgebase.
Cnet should indicate "High ratings, easy to use" if you have NO internet Explorer security in place at all. Yes, My security is all default for all four zones.C
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