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For secure authentication, SingPass client has the added security (beyond the 128-bit SSL) to encrypt your SingPass before it is transmitted. For this your browser must be JavaScript enabled to login into SingPass.

General Settings | JavaScript Settings | Browsers Supported

General Settings
Q1. What settings must my browser have?
Q2. How do I enable cookies in my browser?
Q3. How do I enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Version 3.0?
Q4. The error "Internet Explorer cannot display the web page" occurs after submitting to the SingPass login page. How to resolve this issue?
Q1. What settings must my browser have?

In order to use SingPass, your browser must have the following features enabled.

  • Cookies
  • JavaScript
  • SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Version 3.0
  • Minimally 128 bit cipher strength
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Q2. How do I enable cookies in my browser?

  1. Goto Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options
  2. Select the Privacy tab

    Privacy tab

  3. Click on the Advanced button. The Advanced Privacy Settings dialog will appear. Ensure that First-party Cookies and Third-party Cookies have Accept selected.

    Advanced Privacy Settings

  4. Click on the Ok button to return to Privacy tab.
  5. Click on Sites button. The Per Site Privacy Actions dialog will appear. Enter the URL "singpass.gov.sg" and "singpass-services.gov.sg" and click Allow button to allow both sites to alway use the cookies

    Per Site Privacy Actions dialog


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Q3. How do I enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Version 3.0?

  1. Goto Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options
  2. Select the Advanced tab
  3. Scroll down to Security. Ensure that Use SSL 3.0 is selected.

    Advanced Tab


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Q4. The error "Internet Explorer cannot display the web page" occurs after submitting to the SingPass login page. How to resolve this issue?

  1. Goto Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options
  2. Select the Security tab
  3. Select the Trusted Site icon and click on the Sites button

    Security Tab

  4. Add "singpass.gov.sg" and "singpass-services.gov.sg" to the trusted site zone

    TrustedSites


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