How to enable TLS in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer?

Here are the steps you can follow to enable TLS in different browsers:

Firefox

  1. Type "about:config" in URL
  2. Search for "security.tls.version.max"
  3. Change the value to 3 ---> This will enable TLSv1.3

    Enable TLS in Firefox

Note: These steps will be applicable for Firefox 23.0 or later versions

Chrome

  1. Click the wrench icon
  2. Choose Setting
  3. Show advance setting
  4. Click Change proxy settings
  5. Select "Advanced" Tab
  6. Scroll down and check TLS 1.0

    Enable TLS in Chrome

  7. Close and restart all open browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Click the wrench icon
  2. Click on "Internet Options"
  3. Select "Advanced" Tab
  4. Scoll down and check TLS 1.0

    Enable TLS in Internet Explorer

  5. Close and restart all open browsers

→ Looking to enable TLS 1.2 on Windows 7? Please refer to enable TLS 1.2 on windows for more details.

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