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Submission + - Lazy Banks Push Back Implementation Date for Better Encryption (softpedia.com)

An anonymous reader writes: PCI SSC has announced that it will push back the mandatory implementation of TLS 1.1+ encryption, over the very insecure SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 protocols, subject to POODLE attacks. PCI SSC cites "complications" that may come from dealing with EMV chip&PIN cards in the US, the new mobile payment platforms, and browser upgrades for the insecure SHA-1 algorithm. I thought these are reasons to hasten better encryption, not delay it.
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Lazy Banks Push Back Implementation Date for Better Encryption

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