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    Posted: 09 March 2018 at 2:27pm
Hi

I've just received the following Email from Sagepay.
As a Sagepay/Romancart users, is there anything that I need to do?

Thanks

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Important Reminder – TLS 1.2 Update

Hello,

Further to our previous emails we want to remind you about the important update to payment processing which will be happening soon. To avoid the busy Easter weekend, the new planned date for the change is Thursday 5th April.
     
Sage Pay are committed to ensuring the highest levels of security across all our systems. With this in mind, we’re upgrading the protocols that are used to secure all external connections to our systems to the latest and safest. We contacted you in November to let you know of these imminent changes to the protocols used to secure connections to our systems. The updates to our Test Server connections were completed in January as planned.
     
This is not an action Sage Pay is taking alone, all websites that send or process credit card data will be making this change to protocol Transport Layer Security 1.2 (TLS 1.2). This will become mandatory for communication with Sage Pay.

The next steps are to make the same changes to our Live Server in March 2018. Please see below for a reminder of the key information about the action you need to take to prevent disruption to your payment processing and the important dates.

What is TLS?
     
You or your developer can find out which TLS protocol your website uses by
entering your domain on a website like www.ssllabs.com

     
Am I impacted?

If you use “Sage Pay Server” or “Sage Pay Direct” Integration to process ecommerce payments you will need to ensure your systems use TLS 1.2 before the deadline dates below.
     
If you use “Sage Pay Form” or use the Sage Pay Virtual Terminal for Telephone or Mail Order payments you will not need to make any changes.

You can find out which Integration system you currently use by locating any transaction in MySagePay, clicking the ‘Additional Details’ tab on the left menu, and viewing the “System Used” detail shown.

When will the changes happen?
     
To avoid any disruption to Live Payments, your systems will need to be ready for this change by 5th April 2018.

Why are you making these changes?

The PCI Security Council sets the rules on which technologies are acceptable for use in sending cardholder data. They have identified TLS 1.0 or 1.1 as no longer acceptable
     
We understand that technical information of this nature can seem daunting, please pass the information above to your development team, web hosting provider or e-commerce software provider if you are unsure.
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Hi,

No need to change anything.
We actually made the required changes a couple of years ago.

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Brilliant, I thought that you had so just double checking.

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