Java 7 had TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 out of the box. They need to change the sslprotocol (exact casing of sslprotocol is connector dependent) in their connector and then bounce Tomcat.

Coy Krill
Core Processing Team Lead
Washington Trust Bank

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Subject: Tomcat on AS/400 -- TLS levels supported with Java 7 on a V7R2 box
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We've got a customer who's just had TLS 1.0 support flagged as a security vulnerability, with Tomcat 7, running under Java 7, on a V7R2 box.

Does anybody know, off hand, if Java 7 on a V7R2 box can handle a more current TLS level, with more current ciphers?

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