As others have pointed out you should to be running on Java 1.8 to get
TLS 1.2 with ColdFusion 10 and up. However, with ColdFusion 10 if you
have update 18 installed you can get TLS 1.2 by adding JVM arguments to
your jvm.config and get full TLS 1.2 ...
Absoulty correct! All versions of ColdFusion from ColdFusion 9 and lower
are past End Of Life support. All of those versions can only run on Java
1.7 or lower which are also all past End Of Life support. I highly
recommend that these be upgraded. Wil...
I've completed my research on how ColdFusion uses CFHTTP and the
underlying Java layer to make SSL calls such as those to Authorize.net.
Here is my blog post on our company blog that details my research,
results and findings.
Sorry for not being clear, it's the Entrust Root CA I was asking about.
Thank you for that link. I did run some tests on CF8.0.1 (fully patched)
running on JDK 1.6.0_45 (with the default CA Root Certs) and tried
several tests from this setup and each...
To All: I'm a Senior Developer/ Systems Administrator and I specialize
with ColdFusion. I've blogged about CFHTTP and SSL issues regularly. I
have several developent servers that I can work with to test an option
for ColdFuision 8 and older versions ...