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How do you Disable TLS 1.0 on HDX 7000?

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How do you Disable TLS 1.0 on HDX 7000?

Since PCI standards have recently changed, we received a failing grade because our HDX 7000 is still set up to support TLS 1.0.  I've searched through all settings, but can not find where to disable this.  I did notice that we were on an old version, 3.1.5, so I have upgraded to the latest 3.1.8, does that contain the fix and disables TLS 1.0?  I do not want to waste another scan just to find out.

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Re: How do you Disable TLS 1.0 on HDX 7000?

I was able to find an online testing tool and verified with the latest software, 3.1.8, TLS 1.0 is still enabled.  I need to disable this ASAP due to PCI regulations, please let me know how to do this as this is our only failing condition.

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Re: How do you Disable TLS 1.0 on HDX 7000?

Hello Foxtheatre,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

I have provided this request to our security department.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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Re: How do you Disable TLS 1.0 on HDX 7000?

Is there any update from Polycom Security/Development regarding this?  While the later code releases may support TLS 1.2, highly regulated environments often times are mandated such that less secure versions like 1.0 are no longer allowed on the network.  Is there a way to remove 1.0 and 1.1 ciphers?

 

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