For obvious reasons, Microsoft is also one of the companies promoting the migration to TLS 1.2. Recently, the software giant announced a change to its Linux application library. The hosted linux software collection will no longer allow TLS 1.0 / 1.1, which the company explains will be mandatory from September 24. < / P > < p > in other words, customers who do not use TLS 1.2 after September 24 will no longer be allowed to download Linux packages from Microsoft. The old version of the company should give up on security risks. Microsoft said it was the company’s business to disable TLS 1.0 / 1.1 on the operating system, and all dependencies should be removed from the fleet’s devices. < p > < p > Microsoft explained: “Microsoft builds and supports a variety of software products for Linux system, and through The software package repository on provides these products. To support modern safety standards, Support for downloading software packages via transport layer security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols will be discontinued from September 24, 2020. This means that any connections using these protocols will no longer work as expected and will not be supported. To continue after that date from To access the package, the organization will need to enable TLS 1.2 (or later). ” Global Tech