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Frequently Asked Questions About Logging In

Who do I contact if I need help or have questions?

From The Gym To The Jury
7503 Somersby Drive
Summerfield NC 27358

Where do I login?

At this link:

What if I forget my password?

If you forget your password you can retrieve it by clicking here.

My login is inactive?

For some reason your account has been flagged and you can NOT login. Please contact the administrator to find out why.

What kind of computer equipment and software do I need?

You need a computer, modem, Internet access and one of the following recommended Internet browsers: Netscape 6.2 and higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher. You can use either a Macintosh or a Windows computer.

I'm a Mac user — will I be able to access the Subscriber's Area?

Yes, as long as you're using a supported Internet browser.

What Internet browsers should I use to access the Subscriber's Area?

Use one of the following supported browsers:

Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME, XP
OS 9 and OS 10
  Supported Browser Supported Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher 5.0 and higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer w/AOL 5.0 and higher 5.0 and higher
Netscape 6.2 and higher
(6.0 blocked)
6.2 and higher
(6.0 blocked)
Safari 1.0 and higher
(for OS 10 only)

What should I do if my browser is rejected?

If you're using an older browser version that is no longer compatible you can go to the Netscape or Microsoft web sites and download a new browser version.
We do not recommend that you download beta versions. 

Do you use Cookies?

Yes, the software requires the use of cookies to operate correctly. You MUST set your browser to allow cookies.

For more information about how to allow cookies please visit Cookie Central

What security measures are used?

We use several different methods to protect your information:

All information is transfered uses the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. SSL is encryption that creates a secure environment for the information being transferred between your browser and the software.

At a high level, SSL uses public key cryptography to secure transmissions over the Internet. In practice, your browser will send a message via SSL to the bank's server. The bank responds by sending a certificate, which contains the bank's public key. Your browser authenticates the certificate (agrees that the server is in fact who they say they are), then generates a random session key which is used to encrypt data traveling between your browser and the bank's server. This session key is encrypted using the bank's public key and sent back to the server. The bank decrypts this message using its private key, and then uses the session key for the remainder of the communication.

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protects data in three key ways:

  • Authentication ensures that you are communicating with the correct server. This prevents another computer from impersonating the original site
  • Encryption scrambles transferred data.
  • Data integrity verifies that the information sent by you wasn't altered during the transfer. The system detects if data was added or deleted after you sent the message. If any tampering has occurred, the connection is dropped.

Is the Subscriber's Area secure?

Yes. To ensure the security of your account information, we use 128-bit SSL encryption.
To help protect your privacy, we will sign you out after 15 minutes of inactivity.

What does SSL mean?

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. This technology allows users to establish sessions with Internet sites that are secure, meaning they have minimal risk of external violation. Once inside the Subscriber's Area, you are secure through our use of SSL technology.

What is encryption?

Encryption is the scrambling of information for transmission back and forth between two points. A key is required to decode the information. When you use the Subscriber's Area, the request is sent encrypted to the software. We then decode your request for information and send it back to you in an encrypted format. When you receive it, your information is decoded so that you can read it. Because your account information is being transmitted between you and the software, encryption protects your account information so it can't be intercepted and read by a third party.

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