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[Important] Disable encrypted communication by "TLS1.0 / 1.1"

TLS 1.0 / 1.1 disabled due to increased security

Thank you for using BowNow.
For the purpose of improving and maintaining the security of the services we are providing,
From November 2019, encrypted communication by TLS11 and TLS1.0 will be disabled in sequence.
Therefore, it will affect some of the people who are viewing your BowNow form.
Please check the range of influence.

About server maintenance

Connection end date

After disabling maintenance, you will not be able to view your encrypted form or management screen from a device equipped with an older OS or web browser that does not support "TLS 1.2".
In addition, please note that there may be inquiries such as the website cannot be displayed from those who are browsing the old OS or browser.

Browser / OS that cannot be viewed

If you are using the following browsers and OS
After maintenance, you will not be able to view the BowNow management screen and the forms set up on the website.
Non-compliant browser Internet Explorer 9 or earlier
Internet Explorer 10 
Google Chrome 29 or earlier
Fire Fox 26 and earlier
Safari 6 and earlier

Non-supported OS Android OS 4.4.4 or earlier
iOS 5.0.1 or earlier

Non-compatible terminal 3G feature phone

For corporate sites, it is expected to affect 1% to 2% of users in total sessions.
(* Our survey results of 2019 sessions as of May 5)
If you are concerned about the magnitude of the impact on your website users
Please present it to the users in advance.
(Please refer to the following page created by us for the information.)

F.A.Q

What is TLS?

TLS is a general term for the next-generation standard of SSL, and is used for HTTPS connection that encrypts communication.
For example, sites whose URL starts with "https: // ~" when using the Internet have encrypted information during communication.
Machines such as personal information and credit cards used on websitesIt plays a role in protecting confidential information.
* Strictly speaking, there are two standards for HTTPS connection, TLS and SSL.However, because the name "SSL" is so widespread
In many cases, it is collectively expressed as "SSL", and we also express it as "SSL".

About the problems of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 

TLS can be decrypted under certain conditions in 1.0, and it has been pointed out that it is vulnerable.
According to the Credit Card Industry Global Security Standard (PCI DSS)
The standard was revised in 2018 to stop using TLS6 by the end of June 1.0,
TLS1.0 is being disabled on EC sites that use payment.
It was also announced that major browsers (Chrome, Fire Fox, Safari, Edge, IE) will end support for TLS 2020 / 1.0 in 1.1.

Google Online Security Blog: Modernizing Transport Security

Removing Old Versions of TLS | Mozilla Security Blog

Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari Plans to Disable TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in 2020

From the perspective of these global trends and information security
We have also decided to disable BowNow's TLS1.0 / 1.1.

About consultation

If you have any questions regarding maintenance, please contact the support desk.
Support window TEL: 050-3196-1032
Reception hours: Weekdays from 10:12 to 13:17 / XNUMX:XNUMX to XNUMX:XNUMX

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