Should I Update To A Browser With TLS 1.2?

What is TLS? 

TLS is an acronym for “Transport Layer Security” and it establishes a secure, reliable and private connection. TLS is important to keep your data safe, your online payments secure, and to keep your devices safe.

Why do I need TLS 1.2?

Many services, such as PayPal, strongly encourage TLS 1.2 for transactions and soon many sites will require it to display properly. The bottom line is that TLS 1.2 will help you keep your data protected. 

Does my Browser use TLS 1.2?

Some older versions of browsers do not use TLS 1.2, but you can easily update. Some popular browsers are listed below for your convenience. 

   

Click here to learn how to enable TLS 1.2 on Google Chrome

   

Click here to learn how to enable TLS 1.2 on Mozilla Firefox 

Click here to learn how to enable TLS 1.2 on Microsoft Internet Explorer 

   

Click here to learn how to enable TLS 1.2 on Apple Safari