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upgrade to TLS 1.2

How can I check to make sure I have upgraded to TLS 1.2?

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Re: upgrade to TLS 1.2

If you're concerned about your web browser, the best option is to ensure you're using the latest version.   Here's a few tips that were picked up from the internet.    The following browsers support the security changes and no action is required on your part:

    Internet Explorer 11 (Desktop & Mobile)
    Internet Explorer 8,9,10 (Desktop – Compatible but not enabled by default)
    Firefox 27 and higher
    Google Chrome 38 and higher
    Google Android 5.0 and higher
    Safari 7 on OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) Desktop and higher
    Safari 5 on iOS 5 Mobile and higher
    Edge

The following operating systems are not compatible with TLS 1.1 or higher and it's recommended that you upgrade your operating
system to a supported system:

    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    Server 2008
    Server 2003


Notes:
* If you're currently using Internet Explorer 7 or earlier – You must upgrade your browser
* If you're currently using Google Chrome – You must have have Windows 7 or a newer operating system
* If you're currently using Firefox version 26 or earlier – You must have Windows XP Service Pack 2 or newer
* If you're currently using Safari – versions older than 7 on OSX 1.9 (Mavericks) – TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 are not supported,
so you must use Google Chrome for MAC

 

 

 

If you have a web site that is being hosted by a web hosting service or company, contact their support - in most cases many hosting companies have already updated their systems behind the scenes.

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Anonymous_User
Not applicable

Re: upgrade to TLS 1.2

If you're concerned about your web browser, the best option is to ensure you're using the latest version.   Here's a few tips that were picked up from the internet.    The following browsers support the security changes and no action is required on your part:

    Internet Explorer 11 (Desktop & Mobile)
    Internet Explorer 8,9,10 (Desktop – Compatible but not enabled by default)
    Firefox 27 and higher
    Google Chrome 38 and higher
    Google Android 5.0 and higher
    Safari 7 on OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) Desktop and higher
    Safari 5 on iOS 5 Mobile and higher
    Edge

The following operating systems are not compatible with TLS 1.1 or higher and it's recommended that you upgrade your operating
system to a supported system:

    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    Server 2008
    Server 2003


Notes:
* If you're currently using Internet Explorer 7 or earlier – You must upgrade your browser
* If you're currently using Google Chrome – You must have have Windows 7 or a newer operating system
* If you're currently using Firefox version 26 or earlier – You must have Windows XP Service Pack 2 or newer
* If you're currently using Safari – versions older than 7 on OSX 1.9 (Mavericks) – TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 are not supported,
so you must use Google Chrome for MAC

 

 

 

If you have a web site that is being hosted by a web hosting service or company, contact their support - in most cases many hosting companies have already updated their systems behind the scenes.

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