Our credit card processor Authorize.net states they will cease using TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in February.

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I use a html simple checkout button to accept balance payments through authorize.net. Will this effect my site? Is it using TLS 1.0 or 1.1? Thanks!
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It might. We will be changing to suit PCI compliance rules, but I believe they do not require this until June. I do not know yet when we will be actually disabling it at this time.
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When folks click the "pay now" button does Homestead use TSL 1.0 or 1.1 or send them to the authorize.net site to enter their payment info? Is that how it works? I am sorry for the questions but I am certainly no web developer :)
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Both are enabled at this time. They will both be disabled at some point in favor of newer protocols, but I do not know exactly when. This is set by PCI compliance rules. 1.0 and 1.1 need to be disabled by June 30 according to those rules.

It is a method of security for talking to the payment processor. I do not know how Authorize.net code works. If all the information is entered at their website, then I would think that you would not have an issue, but you would need to ask Authorize if that is the case.
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Thank You!

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