Salesforce HTTPS Security Certificate Changes. What You Need to Know.

Salesforce HTTPS Security Certificate Changes. What You Need to Know.

Salesforce HTTPS Security Certificate Changes. What You Need to Know.

By on July 2, 2015

What’s Changing?

Salesforce is replacing current HTTPS certificates with SHA-256 hash algorithms. Check your operating systems (OSs), browsers, and middleware to make sure they are capable of accepting HTTPS certificates with SHA-256 hash algorithms.

Users will not be able to access Salesforce if your operating systems (OSs), browsers, and middleware cannot validate the new HTTPS certificates.

Compatibility Test

Salesforce has created a test page to quickly check to see if your OSs, browsers, and middleware will accept HTTPS certificates with SHA-256 hash algorithms.

Dates to Know

The change will happen:
April 13, 2015 for Sandboxes
August 1, 2015 for ALL instances

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