Earlier today we permanently removed support for the following weak cryptographic standards on github.com and api.github.com: TLSv1/TLSv1.1: This applies to all HTTPS connections, including web, API, and Git connections to https://github.com and https://api.github.com. diffie-hellman-group1-sha1: This
Earlier this year, we announced the deprecation of several weak cryptographic standards. As noted during our initial announcement, the vast majority of HTTPS clients connect to GitHub using TLSv1.2 and won’t be affected by our
Cryptographic standards are ever evolving. It is the canonical game of security cat and mouse, with attacks rendering older standards ill-suited, and driving the community to develop newer and stronger standards to take their place.
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