Archive for the ‘Security’ Category

Is PayPal Occasionally Failing because of TLS Testing?

Tweet PayPal has announced that they will require the secure communications protocol — TLS 1.2 — by June 2018.  However, they will be periodically testing on live stores starting in March* and continuing until the switch over.  Here’s part of the message they are sending to their merchants: Please note, over the next few months, PayPal […]

Are my Intermittent UPS problems because of TLS 1.0?

Tweet UPS has said that in preparation to their December 31, 2017 upgrade to the secure communication protocol TLS 1.1 that they will be periodically switching off and on TLS 1.0.  This means that programs that do not support TLS 1.1 could have intermittent connectivity problems communicating with UPS servers. Here’s what they have said […]

Will Your Orders Stop on May 31, 2016?

Tweet Originally, UPS said they will require a more secure protocol (TLS 1.2) to get rate quotes by the end of May 2016, now they are pushing that back to December 31, 2017.  June 17* is when PayPal plans to require TLS 1.2 for submitting payment information. Other vendors have announced their intentions to require the newer protocol. […]

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