TLS 1.0 Deprecation
Scheduled Maintenance Report for Spreedly
Spreedly has completed the deprecation of TLS v1.0.
Posted about 1 year ago. Jun 28, 2018 - 10:21 EDT
In progress
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Posted about 1 year ago. Jun 28, 2018 - 09:30 EDT
The Spreedly service will stay online, however on Thursday, June 28th, 2018, at 9:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4), Spreedly will discontinue support of TLS v1.0 . Customers that are using TLS v1.0 will not be able to connect to and process payments through Spreedly. If you have already taken steps to update how you connect to Spreedly, please disregard this message.

Spreedly is a PCI-DSS compliant payment service provider. In accordance with recommendations published by the security council and in keeping with our commitment to do everything we can to ensure the most secure platform for our customers and cardholders, will discontinue support of TLS v1.0 entirely on June 28th, 2018. Most modern clients are already connecting using TLS v1.2, but it will be important to confirm your application will not be affected by the removal of TLS v1.0 support.

Am I affected?

Please establish a connection from your production environment to our HTTPS test endpoint, which is operating the configuration we will enable on June 28th, 2018. Here are some recommended tests you should run:

1. Test OS-installed packages

$ curl
Your client successfully negotiates TLS with Spreedly!

2. Test using the backend language and API client libraries of your application

There are many languages utilizing their own SSL/TLS libraries. The curl test may not prove your custom application will continue to work with Spreedly. Even if you are using open source libraries from Spreedly, you could still have a problem.

If you receive a connection error and see no response body, your OS or language libraries may need to be upgraded or the code that configures the library may need to change. You will not be able to continue processing payments unless this is resolved.

How do I fix this?

If you cannot establish a connection to the test endpoint, the only remediation is to upgrade the incompatible parts of your system or change how your custom application configures its libraries.

If you have any questions or concerns about this change, please contact Spreedly support:
Posted about 1 year ago. Jun 22, 2018 - 15:01 EDT