TLS v1.0 now blocked by PCI Compliance Standards

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of requirements designed to ensure that ALL companies processing, storing, or transmitting credit card information maintain a secure environment. Over the last few years, exploits have been discovered in the communication protocols of legacy web browsers, prompting changes in PCI compliance guidelines. Recent rules require blocking TLS v1.0, a fifteen-year-old protocol, inherent in legacy versions of Internet Explorer (IE) 8, 9, and 10. Disabling TLS v1.0 will prevent legacy versions of IE from connecting securely (HTTPS), prohibiting purchasing on your site. This will NOT affect modern browsers.

First Scribe takes security very seriously, and we’re cognizant of the changes required to provide the safest shopping experience for merchants and consumers alike. For more details, please visit the link below:


Migrating from SSL and Early TLS

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