Effective 5/31/2018, TINCheck will exclusively support TLS 1.1 or higher enabled Internet browsers.

WHAT IS TLS?

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a protocol that provides privacy and data integrity between two applications.

WHY THIS IS GOOD FOR YOU

This change strengthens TINCheck security by requiring more secure methods of encryption are used to transmit your credit card and account information between your computer and the TINCheck website.

FOR API USERS

If your company interfaces with TINCheck through an API, you may have to update your API libraries to accommodate these newer security standards. Developers should use the testing API (https://tlstest.tincheck.com/pvsws/pvsservice.asmx) to confirm they are updated.

TLS V1.1 COMPATIBLE BROWSERS

Google Chrome V22 or higher
Mozilla Firefox V27 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer V11 or higher
Microsoft Edge is OK
Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile V11 or higher
Opera V12.18 or higher
Apple Safari V7 or higher
Apple Safari (mobile) V6

Click here to see which browser and version number you are currently using: https://www.whatsmybrowser.org.

TESTING PRIOR TO 5/31/2018 (https://tlstest.tincheck.com)

We are making a TLS test site immediately available at https://tlstest.tincheck.com for both website and API users who would like to test their connections prior to the transition. The TLS test site is a fully functional TINCheck production site with the new TLS setting already applied. This TLS test site will be available until the 5/31/2018 the transition.

MORE INFORMATION

More information on this change is available from the PCI Security Standards Council.

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