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    I'm on CentOS 5 9 I'd like to determine from the linux shell if a remote web server specifically supports TLS 1 2 (as opposed to TLS 1 0) Is there an easy way to check for that? I'm not seeing a
  • c# - Update . NET web service to use TLS 1. 2 - Stack Overflow
    We actually just upgraded a NET web service to 4 6 to allow TLS 1 2 What Artem is saying were the first steps we've done We recompiled the framework of the web service to 4 6 and we tried change the registry key to enable TLS 1 2, although this didn't work: the connection was still in TLS 1 0
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    If the issue is a domain joined computer not being able to connect (and I assume the connection client is Windows itself, IE, or another component that makes use of the native SChannel in Windows), then I would suspect that you don't have TLS 1 2 enabled on the client
  • [SOLVED] Exchange 2013 and disabling TLS 1. 0 - Spiceworks
    Ah good spot Bryan, I just checked our server too and TLS 1 0 is still installed It should be possible to document this as an exception within your PCI compliance anyway since turning off TLS 1 0 isn't supported it seems
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    As TLS 1 0 isn´t any longer "secure" every administrator should plan to make the switch to TLS 1 1 and TLS 1 2 Microsoft now released KB 3140245 which allows Administrators to specify which SSL protocols should be used when the WINHTTP_OPTION_SECURE_PROTOCOLS flag is used (e g in every Microsoft Office product as explained here) According to KB 3140245 this can be controlled via
  • Transport Layer Security - Wikipedia
    Transport Layer Security (TLS), and its now-deprecated predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), are cryptographic protocols designed to provide communications security over a computer network Several versions of the protocols find widespread use in applications such as web browsing, email, instant messaging, and voice over IP (VoIP) Websites can use TLS to secure all communications between




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