Microsoft revealed its plans to disable old Transport Layer Security protocols in Internet Explorer and EdgeHTML next month. The company will pull the plug on TLS 1.0 and 1.1 on September 13, 2022.
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Microsoft has provided a roadmap for the removal of legacy versions of the TLS protocol from its Edge and Internet Explorer browsers. The Chromium-based version of Edge will remove them in July.
Mozilla has released Firefox 74. While it doesn't feature large UI changes, it does improve usability, for example, third-party programs can no longer install unwanted add-ons in your browser.
Following up on its commitment to drop support for legacy versions of the TLS protocol, Google has detailed how the technology will be deprecated in its browser over the next few months.
Mozilla has deprecated TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in the latest Firefox Nightly builds. The move comes in preparation for most major browsers, including Chrome, disabling those protocols in March next year.