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The assumption that TLSv1.0 is hanging on only to service Internet Explorer Windows XP users (and therefore that disabling the protocol is trivial) is widely held but is most certainly false. Depending on the industry and target demographics of a website this can be a change that requires careful planning and metrics gathering. Disabling TLSv1.0 on a blog is easy ( https:/ hjcotton.net/. Let me make it clear – TLSv1.0 needs to go. It’s vulnerable to BEAST. PCI DSS requires TLSv1.0 to be disabled. To test...

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    The assumption that TLSv1.0 is hanging on only to service Internet Explorer Windows XP users (and therefore that disabling the protocol is trivial) is widely held but is most certainly false. Depending on the industry and target demographics of a website this can be a change that requires careful planning and metrics gathering. Disabling TLSv1.0 on a blog is easy ( https:/ hjcotton.net/. Let me make it clear – TLSv1.0 needs to go. It’s vulnerable to BEAST. PCI DSS requires TLSv1.0 to be disabled. To test...

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