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PCI DSS has issued updated recommendations based on the latest security vulnerabilities and data breaches.
In compliance with those standards we will be adding more protection to our servers, making them more secure and less susceptible to cyber threats and hackers.
Who is affected?
- To maintain PCI DSS security compliance, our servers will not support TLS1.0 encryption protocol, and the minimal supported protocol version will be TLS1.1.
All payment gateways, including PayPal, Stripe, Braintree, and Authorize.net are in the process of updating their servers now to only accept requests made using
the new TLS1.1 protocol for encryption. We recommend testing your browser using this tool for TLS1.1 support.
Our servers will no longer support Diffie-Hellman key exchange that uses keys less than 2048 bits long.
This is related to a recently discovered threat called Logjam Attack. You can read more about it here.
You can also check if your OS/browser combination is prone to Logjam Attack using this this online tool.
Software, that can't use TLS1.1 security protocol or 2048 bit Diffie-Hellman key cyphers, will not be available to connect to our servers. You will not be available to use our sites and services.
This can be caused by your browser version and operating system, as well as, the following:
When will it happen?
- Older operation systems: Windows XP, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, etc. (Microsoft no longer issues security updates for those)
- Older browser versions like Internet Explorer v. < 11, Google Chrome v. < 44, Firefox v. < 39, Opera v. < 12, Safari v. < 8 and others
- If you see this message, there's a 99% chance your OS and browser combination will be affected by the change
We will be updating our server security configurations on April 21th, 12am
What do I need to do?
We highly recommend that you upgrade your operating system (if it's a Windows version older than Windows 7) to a newer one as soon as possible, and use the latest internet browsers — we recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.