SSL on Safari fails but others work fine


#1

https://advancedaestheticsmn.com fails to work on many Safari browsers but shows up just fine on chrome and other devices.

Thanks for the help


#3

Hi @alltimefavorites

your website uses only Tls.1.2

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=advancedaestheticsmn.com&hideResults=on

So

Safari 5.1.9 / OS X 10.6.8
Safari 6.0.4 / OS X 10.8.4

can’t use the site.


#4

@JuergenAuer is completly right. There browsers can’t access your website:


#5

So Does 1.3 fix this?


#6

May I ask where you got the results? Where can I run this test? Thank you


#8

Safari 5.1.9 / OS X 10.6.8 and Safari 6.0.4 / OS X 10.8.4 support only Tls.1.0. So if you deactivate Tls.1.0 and Tls.1.1, these Safari - users can’t use your site.

But:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5128209

No version of Safari 6.x goes above TLS 1.0, which of course is a travesty and [insert expletive here] of Apple. Obviously, this should have been addressed.

And the conclusion:

So if I am on Safari 6.1.6, I’m dead in the water with TLS 1.1 or 1.2. So I must use Google Chrome instead of Safari.

PS: IE8 - IE10 with Windows 7: There is a manual setting to activate Tls.1.2. But it looks that Safari hasn’t such an option.

So these users should install Chrome. Since 2018-06-30, Tls.1.0 is forbidden (Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council - PCI), a lot of websites remove Tls.1.0. Sample:

https://springeronlineservice.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/6000189368-security-enhancements-for-springer-nature-platforms-including-springerlink

So it’s ok if you don’t use Tls.1.0. These users should update their browser.