What is Transport Layer Security (TLS)?
In general, TLS secures communication on computer networks. See the Wikipedia Transport Layer Security page for more information about TLS, and its predecessor SSL.
What TLS/SSL versions should I use?
No versions of SSL are considered secure. Older TLS versions are known to have various weaknesses and many sites are working to remove them.
|TLS 1.3||Good to use.|
|TLS 1.2||Good to use.|
|TLS 1.1||Not suggested.|
|TLS 1.0||Do not use.|
|SSL 3.0||Do not use.|
|SSL 2.0||Do not use.|
What information sources are available?
Qualys (SSL Labs) - SSL/TLS Capabilities of Your Browser
Qualys (SSL Labs) - SSL Server Test
Wikipedia - Transport Layer Security
Comodo - Deprecation of TLS 1.0
NIST - Guidelines for the Selection, Configuration, and Use of TLS Implementations
PCI - Date Change for Migrating from SSL and Early TLS
Microsoft - The End of Support for Older TLS Versions in Office 365
Red Hat - Securing Application ‘X’ with SSL/TLS in RHEL ‘Y’