In the latter period, the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol has shown vulnerabilities that have compromised its primary purpose, ensuring security for the exchange of information.

As a result, almost all of the Internet services will no longer use Version 3 of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSLv3), but versions that will allow users a better level of protection against cybercrime.

This operation implies that some obsolete software, such as Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP, will not be able to use web services that still use SSLv3.

Users are therefore encouraged to use software up to date with the latest version available for your platform, so you can enjoy all the features of safe navigation.

Specifically, in order to ensure secure connections and counteract illegal activities, the HTTPS secure channel is configured to work exclusively with TLS v1.0 – TLS v1.2 versions.

Consider that in the most up-to-date versions of the major browsers version 3 of SSL is disabled by default.

On our site you can retrieve constantly updated technical information about how to disable and verify SSL.