TLS 1.2 will become the minimum TLS protocol level for all AWS API endpoints on June 20. This change affects API integrations that use TLS 1.0 and 1.1 to connect with Verified. Users or templates will not be affected by the TLS 1.2 upgrade.

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AWS retires the usage of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 on June 20, 2023. All API integrations need to be upgraded to TLS 1.2 minimum.

On June 20, 2023, the AWS team will conduct an upgrade on TLS to a minimum version of 1.2 for all API endpoints. This update means you will need to use TLS versions 1.2 or higher for your connections toward Verified.

It is important to understand that you already have control over the TLS version used when connecting. When connecting to AWS API endpoints, the client software negotiates its preferred TLS version, and AWS uses the highest mutually agreed upon version. After the upgrade, only connections of TLS 1.2 or later will be allowed to connect to the AWS API endpoints. The main reason for this upgrade is maximizing security for our customers.

For more information on how to upgrade to TLS 1.2, please refer to this article from Verified Wiki.

Thank you for your understanding! Wishing you a happy summer!

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Affected components
  • API
    • Envelope actions
  • Web portal
    • Login
    • Archive
    • Envelope Builder
    • Access Management: Users & Companies
  • User interface
    • Checkout
    • Recipient portal