This slide explains how to install the Banco do Brasil security module Warsaw, which seems to be necessary for online access.
We assume that Oracle Java is already installed on your Ubuntu system.
In Firefox go to addons→plugins and set Java Plugin to always activated.
There are reports of problems with Modulo de Segurança under IPv6 access.
The site is capricious and may require pressing the browser’s reload button couple times before it starts working
So far you have only installed the installer; you need yet to install the Security Module itself. The installer is called hda_bb; assuming that the previous step was successfull, it should be now on your PATH; execute it from the command line:
I think it is better to execute it as ordinary user; it will later ask for the root password via prompt.
The execution of hda_bb will bring up a nice GUI window, which contains several buttons.
Press on the button testing.
This will bring up a second GUI window, with several round buttons. Some buttons are green, while other are red. A red button means that something is missing. The right button to start with (and usually red) is dependencies, it is somewhere at the bottom of the window.
Once you press that dependencies red button, it will ask for your administrative password, and then auto-install some apt packages.
After that step, press on install security module button. Since the dependencies are already satisfied, the installation should run smoothly. At some point, the installation will require that you close your browser.
Do the following steps:
Reboot the virtual machine
Start hda_bb from terminal
Look at the padlock icon at the top of the primary GUI; it should show as unlocked. If it shows locked then something is wrong...
Run Firefox and navigate again to https://seg.bb.com.br/. If all is right, it should be all green and the final line should have go to your account link.