(Pictured) Firefox 74 Stable Release: No access to HttpS websites on TLS 1.0/1.1

For Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux desktop platforms, Mozilla has just released an update to Firefox 74 today, which allows users to access official servers for download. However, the update log is not currently available, although it can be confirmed that it is the first browser version that prohibits access to HTTPS websites using TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.

(Pictured) Firefox 74 Stable Release: No access to HttpS websites on TLS 1.0/1.1

Visit: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/74.0/

More specifically, this means that if you update to Firefox 74 and try to load a site that still uses both older versions, you will get the error message “Safe connection failed” when the page loads. TLS 1. 0 and TLS 1. 1 The old version of the protocol, released in 1996 and 2006, uses a weak encryption algorithm. In 2008 and 2017, new versions of the agreement were released, divided into TLS 1. 2 and TLS 1.3 are undoubtedly better than older versions and are safer to use.

(Pictured) Firefox 74 Stable Release: No access to HttpS websites on TLS 1.0/1.1

TLS 1 in Spring 2018. Following the release of the 3 release, the big four browser makers, Apple, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft, jointly announced in October 2018 that they planned to eliminate TLS 1. 0 and TLS 1. 1 support.

Browsers such as Chrome and Firefox began using TLS 1. 0 and TLS 1. 1 The website is tagged with an “unsafe” logo on the URL address bar and lock icon, suggesting that the user’s HTTPS connection is not as secure as they thought.