TLS is a powerful encryption protocol used to securely transfer data over networks which helps establish a reliable private communication channel. It is widely used in our daily lives in a number of applications such as web browsing, email service, file transfer, instant messaging, teleconferencing, VoIP, etc.
Over time, new attacks against the TLS protocol are discovered, resulting in newer versions being released to fill the security gaps identified. The use of obsolete versions of TLS leads to an increased risk of exploiting the vulnerabilities of the protocol by malicious users.
Since versions of TLS v1.0 & v1.1 are deprecated due to known vulnerabilities, our servers will no longer support them after 31/03/2021 for security reasons. The versions of TLS protocol that will be supported on our servers are TLS v1.2 & TLS v1.3.
Below you may find different software platforms and operating systems and their compatibility with TLS v1.0, v1.1, v1.2, & v1.3.