To give our partners more time to make product changes and upgrade their
customers, Updox is rescheduling the date when TLS 1.0 will be disabled. The
new dates are:
* Production 2019 Q1 (was 10/2/2018) - we'll get back to you
soon with the specific date
* QA 12/31/2018 (was 9/18/2018)
* SSL has already been disabled
Various vulnerabilities over the past few years have led industry experts to
recommend disabling all versions of SSL and TLS 1.0 for a while now. We too
urge you to upgrade as quickly as possible. It's amazing how quickly the
years have flown by, TLS 1.0 was released almost 20 years ago (Jan 1999),
with newer versions (1.1, 1.2, and 1.3) released in 2006, 2008, and 2018.
As always, if you have further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 28, 12:47 EDT
Are you ready? We are.
Reminder: On October 2, 2018 Updox will be discontinuing support of the SSL and TLS 1.0 internet transport protocols in the production environment. To help you prepare, we will be making this same change to our testing environment, (updoxqa.com) on September 18th you can conduct testing before the change in production.
If you experiences any issues or need your credentials for the test environment, please contact our Partner Support team for assistance.
614.798.8170 Opt 4PartnerSupport@updox.com
Sep 11, 12:30 EDT
Is Your Browser Safe?
In this age of cyberattacks, it is crucial for us all to continuously
improve online security. One such improvement is to cease supporting legacy
versions of internet transport security protocols (SSL/TLS). The newer
versions are more secure.
On October 2, 2018, Updox will disable support of the SSL and TLS 1.0
What Should You Do?
If your operating systems and browsers are up to date you likely aren't
using these outdated protocols (SSL/TLS1.0) when connecting over the
internet...but it's always best to check your servers and workstations to
prevent any service disruptions.
1. Verify the operating system version you're using supports TLS 1.1 or
higher; if not upgrade.
* This website provides info on SSL/TSL versions supported by
operating system and browser (mid-way down the page):
2. Verify the internet browser version you're using is current, if not
* This website quickly checks the workstation you're using:
3. In your internet browser settings, verify TLS 1.1 and higher are
* This website has instructions for changing the settings in the
common browsers; if yours isn't listed just do a web search for the
If you have any questions, please contact our Partner Support team at email@example.com
call 614-798-8170, ext. 4
Jul 25, 10:29 EDT