a Microsoft Support will be disabled TLS 1.0 that it TLS 1.1 the next day Windows versions. As reported by the Techspot portal, the update was announced in the Windows Message Center and will only apply to future updates of the operating system.
However, the client and server versions will undergo the same change, but the current operating system versions will remain the same. For those who don’t know, these protocols are used to create communication channels through internet connectivity and are in mainstream use.
However, what has been noticed is that these standards have ceased to be used on the Internet over the past few years. Similarly, regulators acted similarly for protocols introduced in 1999 (TLS 1.0) and 2006 (TLS 1.1).
These protocols have been replaced by newer versions, in this case TLS 1.2 and 1.3. In this way, it is normal for older versions to be deprecated, and according to Jess Krynitsky, from Microsoft, they have many security holes.
Insider builds of Windows 11 are expected to arrive this month with legacy TLS disabled by default. Furthermore, Windows 12 should follow the same line and since the vast majority of existing applications are based on versions higher than TLS 1.2 onwards, users should not be affected by this measure.
In any case, it would be possible to reactivate the default settings through the logs section, but this is a “last resort” measure, and is intended to be a temporary solution until the affected applications are updated or replaced.