As a part of our commitment to continuous improvement and to follow industries best practices, we plan to configure our servers to support the latest protocol versions to ensure we are using only the strongest algorithms and ciphers, but equally as important is to disable the older versions. Continuing to support old versions of the protocols can leave our systems vulnerable to downgrade attacks, where hackers force connections to our servers to use older versions of the protocols that have known exploits. This can leave the encrypted connections (whether between a site visitor and your web server, machine to machine, etc.) open to man-in-the-middle and other types of attacks.
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