Banking Mode is designed to secure your online banking. When you enable Banking Mode, Online Armor will only allow your computer to connect to Trusted or Protected domains. This ensures that you cannot be tricked into visiting a fraudulent website designed to steal your login information, and that your computer cannot send information to any other sites.
Online Armor uses a list of trusted sites maintained by the Online Armor team and any Trusted or Protected websites you define in the Domains section of Online Armor. Any connections to sites that are not on these lists will be automatically blocked while in Banking Mode.
When you first install Online Armor you should try changing to Banking Mode and going to the bank and/or financial institution websites that you visit. If you cannot connect to any site, or page on these sites, then you can add them to the Domains list.
Online Armor's Bank site Learn feature automatically adds all relevant domains from websites like online banking. To use this feature, make sure you are in either Standard or Advanced mode (not Banking mode or the system wide Learning mode) and then add the main domain of your bank (e.g. citibank.com) to the Domains list as Protected or Trusted, right-click it, and select Learn. This will open up an Online Armor browser window to the selected website.
Simply log in and use the website as you normally would; any domains and subdomains encountered will be automatically allowed and added to the Domains list, so the next time that you place Online Armor in Banking Mode it will work as expected.
Note: Banking Mode is not available in Online Armor Free.