back to article Microsoft finds itself in odd position of sparing elderly, insecure protocols: Grants stay of execution to TLS 1.0, 1.1

Microsoft has blinked once again and delayed disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1 by default in its browsers until the latter part of 2020. The move is in recognition of the fact that in the light of current events, administrators have their hands a little full dealing with a surge of remote working and a team likely not running at full …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Yeah fine, you do that.

    When is IIS going to support TLS 1.3?

    MS has been silent on the matter all the way from draft stage to finalisation. :-(

  2. Butler1233

    The link on "fervently" in the paragraph after the tweet appears to be broken, btw


    burning CPU and bandwidth with old protocols - think of the enviroment

    why someone like Microsoft doesn't simply disable the old protocols across their own server environment I don't know...

    if your seeking information keep it plain http everything else submission of forms and login etc then https modern... this would reduce CPU and if your running farms of servers this is significant in terms of cost i.e. power

  4. Ken Moorhouse Silver badge

    Don't you know that link looks mighty suspect...

    I mean, just look at it...

    FWIW I clicked on it, it's fine... OMG... nooooo....

  5. Hans 1

    Oh wait ...

    What about SSL 3.0 ?

  6. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Internet Explorer 11, which Microsoft fervently wishes users would move on from

    I will as soon as they release Edge for the Surface 1.

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