Mozilla engineers have been actively support TLS 1.3, and conformity to the latest Firefox 49 (developer edition). Transport Layer Security TLS 1.3 is the latest version, is an important part of the website connected via https. The deal was announced on the Internet Engineering Task Force draft began in January, the final version is expected to be formalized in RFC summer. In the process of forming the agreement, Mozilla engineers from February this year, began in the browser integrated support work.
This feature in this month ushered in green light, has been added in the latest Firefox Developer Edition.
TLS 1.3 support is not enabled by default, if you want to try to connect with the site via TLS 1.3 protocol, in the browser address bar, enter & ldquo; about: config & rdquo ;, Find & ldquo; security.tls.version.max & rdquo; setting item, and its value is specified as & ldquo; 4 & rdquo ;.
Given TLS 1.3 are not officially released, there are few sites currently supported, but this does not prevent the Mozilla employee to update the latest encryption standards.
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