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AdoptUSKids is compatible with the current version of most browsers. We recommend using the newest version available for your favorite browser in order to take advantage of updated features and security releases provided by the browser vendor. Below are links to where you can download the must current version of your favorite browser for free:
- Internet Explorer (we no longer support versions six and below of Internet Explorer)
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To access AdoptUSKids, your browser must support 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption, the highest level of encryption available. Most browser upgrades now support 128-bit as the default level of encryption when you download the installation package. Use the links above to update to the most current version of your preferred browser, otherwise you will need to download the appropriate encryption support from the supplier of your browser.