According to VTV, after September 30, the non-profit organization Let’s Encrypt will stop providing DST Root CA X3 certificates. This is a security certificate used to encrypt the connection between a user’s device and the Internet, preventing the risk of hackers stealing information when transmitting data over the Internet. According to Let’s Encrypt, basically this change does not affect the majority of internet users around the world, however, there are still millions of smartphones, laptops, computers or game consoles… that continue to use the encryption standards. of previous generations, which will prevent the devices from accessing the Internet if they are not updated to the new version of the software.
“Users using macOS 2016 or Windows XP SP3 or earlier, PlayStation 4 or earlier consoles that have not had a firmware update, and using applications based on the OpenSSL 1.0.2 security software library, will not be able to connect to the Internet from 1 October,” tech site TechCrunch issued a warning.
Devices using the operating system macOS 2016 or Windows XP SP3 or earlier…
For smartphones, if you are using the Android 7.1.1 platform or an iPhone running iOS 10 or earlier, you will be affected by the upcoming change and may not be able to connect to the Internet.
…and smartphones running the Android 7.1.1 platform or iPhones running iOS 10 or earlier will have difficulty connecting to the Internet starting October 1.
To avoid losing internet connectivity, users need to update their devices to the latest version of the operating system. With devices that are too old and no longer supported by the OS upgrade, users must either switch to a newer device or use these devices for purposes such as playing “jumping dinosaurs”.
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