Sept 25, 2018 - TLS 1.0 No Longer Supported

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To maintain the highest security standards, promote the safety of our customers' data, and align with industry-wide best practices, SocialChorus will require TLS 1.1+ from Sept. 25, 2018 forward.

After Sept. 25, 2018, any users leveraging web browsers, integrations, or 3rd party applications that do not support TLS 1.1+ will not be able to access the SocialChorus Platform. This can impact user access to the web experience and functionality of the Deprovisioning API, the Partner API, RSS Feeds, and Content Amplifier.

For more information about TLS/SSL support history, review the "Web Browsers" section of the Wikipedia article Transport Layer Security.

Does This Impact My Users and Integrations?

Deprecation of TLS 1.0 should affect very few of our customers, as it is a very old security protocol. However, just to confirm and be safe Program Managers should share the content of this article with internal IT.

Details on how to confirm compatibility with TLS 1.1 and up:

  • Check your browser's TLS compatibility using at SSLLabs.com.
  • You can also use the table below to check whether your browser is using TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2.
  • If you are leveraging any integrations such as the Deprovisioning API, the Partner API, RSS Feeds, etc., please work with your developer/IT contact to confirm that the integration will continue to function after TLS 1.0 is deprecated.

Browser versions and TLS support status

Browser Version Platforms TLS protocols Certificate Support Protocol selection by user
TLS 1.0 TLS 1.1 TLS 1.2 EV SHA-2 ECDSA
Google Chrome
(Chrome for Android)
1–9 Windows (XP SP2+)
OS X (10.7+)
Linux
Android (4.0+)
iOS (7.0+)
Chrome OS
Yes No No Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Yes
10–20 Yes No No Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Yes
21 Yes No No Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Yes
22–25 Yes Yes No Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Temporary
26–29 Yes Yes No Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Temporary
30–32 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Temporary
33–37 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
needs SHA-2 compatible OS needs ECC compatible OS Temporary
38–39 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
Yes needs ECC compatible OS Temporary
40 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
Yes needs ECC compatible OS Yes
41, 42 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
Yes needs ECC compatible OS Yes
43 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
Yes needs ECC compatible OS Yes
44 Yes Yes Yes Yes
(only desktop)
Yes needs ECC compatible OS Yes
Browser Version Platforms TLS 1.0 TLS 1.1 TLS 1.2 EV certificate SHA-2 certificate ECDSA certificate Protocol selection by user
Mozilla Firefox
(Firefox for mobile)
1.0 Windows (XP SP2+)
OS X (10.6+)
Linux
Android (2.3+)
Firefox OS
iOS (alpha)
Maemo

ESR only for:
Windows (XP SP2+)
OS X (10.6+)
Linux
Yes No No No Yes No Yes
1.5 Yes No No No Yes No Yes
2 Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes
3–7 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
8–10
ESR 10
Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
11–14 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
15–22 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
ESR 17 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
23 Yes Disabled by default No Yes Yes Yes Yes
24, 25.0.0 Yes Disabled by default Disabled by default Yes Yes Yes Yes
25.0.1, 26
ESR 24
Yes Disabled by default Disabled by default Yes Yes Yes Yes
27–33
ESR 31.0–31.2
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ESR 31.3–31.6 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
34, 35 ESR 31.7
ESR 31.8 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
36, 37 38
ESR 38.0
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ESR 38.1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
39 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Browser Version Platforms TLS 1.0 TLS 1.1 TLS 1.2 EV certificate SHA-2 certificate ECDSA certificate Protocol selection by user
Microsoft Internet Explorer 1.x Windows 3.1,95,NT
Mac OS 78
No SSL/TLS support
2 No No No No No No N/A
3 No No No No No No Unknown
45 Windows 3.1,9598,NT
Mac OS 7.1,8X,
Solaris,HP-UX
Disabled by default No No No No No Yes
6 Windows 98,MENT,2000
6 Windows XP Disabled by default No No No Yes No Yes
6 Server 2003 Disabled by default No No No Yes No Yes
78 Windows XP Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes
78 Server 2003 Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes
78 9 Windows Vista Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Server 2008
8910 Windows 7 Yes Disabled by default Disabled by default Yes Yes Yes Yes
Server 2008 R2
10 Windows 8 Yes Disabled by default Disabled by default Yes Yes Yes Yes
10 Server 2012
11 Windows 7 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Server 2008 R2
11 Windows 8.1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Server 2012 R2
Microsoft Edge Edge
(including IE11 as fallback)
Windows 10
(desktop/mobile)
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
(Desktop)
Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile 7, 9 Windows Phone 7, 7.5, 7.8 Yes No No No Yes Yes Only with 3rd party tools
10 Windows Phone 8 Yes Disabled by default Disabled by default No Yes Yes Only with 3rd party tools
11 Windows Phone 8.1 Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Only with 3rd party tools
Browser Version Platforms TLS 1.0 TLS 1.1 TLS 1.2 EV certificate SHA-2 certificate ECDSA certificate Protocol selection by user
Apple Safari 1 Mac OS X10.210.3 Yes No No No No No No
2–5 Mac OS X10.410.5Win XP Yes No No since v3.2 No No No
3–5 Vista,Win 7 Yes No No since v3.2 No Yes No
4–6 Mac OS X10.610.7 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No
6 OS X 10.8 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No
7 OS X 10.9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
8 OS X 10.10 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
9 OS X 10.11 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Unknown
Apple Safari
(mobile)
3 iPhone OS 1, 2 Yes No No No No Unknown No
4, 5 iPhone OS 3,iOS 4 Yes No No Yes Yes since iOS 4 No
5, 6 iOS 56 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
7 iOS 7 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
8 iOS 8 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
9 iOS 9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Unknown
Browser Version Platforms TLS 1.0 TLS 1.1 TLS 1.2 EV SHA-2 ECDSA Protocol selection by user
TLS protocols Certificate Support

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