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Verifying and contrast that Firefox is limited to TLS 1.2

TLS is a custom invoked under a covers when observation secure websites (those installed with HTTPS rather than HTTP). There are mixed versions of a TLS protocol, and a many new version, 1.2, is a many secure. Last time, I discussed tweaking Firefox so that it only supports TLS chronicle 1.2 and not a comparison versions (1.0 and 1.1) of a protocol.

But that begs a question: what happens when a security-reinforced duplicate of Firefox encounters a website that does not support TLS 1.2? The answer is shown below.

firefox.unsupported.ssl.version2Michael Horowitz

The blunder summary from Firefox 54 when a website does not support TLS 1.2 and it only supports TLS 1.2

For a advantage of hunt engines, a blunder reads

Secure Connection Failed.

An blunder occurred during a tie to [website name]. Peer regulating unsupported chronicle of confidence protocol. Error code: SSL_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED_VERSION

The confidence custom it refers to is TLS. There are 3 problems, however, with this Firefox blunder message.

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