Your browser or browser security settings may not currently support good security measures. In June, all online shopping and other secure sites will be using a higher level of security (TLSv1.2), which means that you will be unable to use those sites without an up-to-date browser or browser security settings.
As of June 22, 2016, your browser may no longer be able to display Carson-Dellosa’s secure content because of this outdated encryption. Please take one of the following steps as soon as possible to protect your security:
Newer browsers protect you better against scams, viruses, trojans, phishing, and other threats. They will also fix security holes in your current browser, improve speed, display website content more accurately, and deliver a better online shopping experience.
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Many companies prevent their employees from updating their own browsers for business security reasons. If this is the case, please share this page with your IT team so that they can assist you with updating your browser.
If you are using Internet Explorer®, Google Chrome™, or Mozilla FireFox® to access Carson-Dellosa, the following guide can help you achieve compatibility with TLSv1.2. Please follow the instructions for your browser below.
Internet Explorer below version 11 does not enable TLSv1.2 by default. Please configure it as shown below.
Google Chrome below version 30 does not enable TLS v1.1 or 1.2 by default. Please configure it as described below.
Mozilla Firefox below version 27 does not enable TLSv1.2 by default. Please configure it as described below.
TLS is an acronym for Transport Layer Security, and it is a security protocol that ensures privacy between communicating applications and their users on the internet. TLS ensures that no third party may eavesdrop or tamper with any message or transmitted data.
The PCI Security Standards Council has mandated this change for all electronic payment processors. This change is being made in an effort to maintain the highest level of internet security possible.
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