New Report: The State & Significance of TLS 1.2 Support
Communicating securely on the web is fundamental to the operation of the Internet. Various TLS (previously SSL) protocols deploy an apparatus of interlocking cryptographic algorithms, kept in check by a widespread network of certificate authorities to ensure the little green lock at the top of our browser helps us feel safe.
In this report, we zoom in on the state of TLS 1.2 implementation across the Internet, leveraging RiskRecon’s unique scan data on millions of web servers around the world to see where the rollout of TLS 1.2 is going smoothly and where it is meeting resistance. Additionally, we show that not supporting TLS 1.2 can be an indicator of other security problems within an organization.