What is TLS (Transfer Layer Security)?

So, what is TLS (Transfer Layer Security)?  TLS is a security protocol that allows websites to communicate safely over the internet.  Previous versions 1.0 and 1.1 are outdated.  Version 1.2 is now the standard.

It you want more information, read TLS Basics.

All software used for United's Distance Learning requires TLS version 1.2 or higher.

Verify your browser is using TLS 1.2 by using this link:  TLS test  

Using the most recent version of your browser should enable TLS 1.3.  Use this site to check if your browser is current:  WhatIsMyBrowser.com

If you need to manually enable TLS 1.2 on your browser, follow these instructions:  Enabling TLS 1.2





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