Dynamic Web TWAIN V12.2 Migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

Dynamic Web TWAIN migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

Last Updated on 2017-01-09

We are happy to announce the release of v12.2 of Dynamic Web TWAIN which migrates the certificate algorithm from SHA-1 to SHA-2 for the scanning service.

Major browsers are deprecating the support of SHA-1 signed certificates. Chrome 56, and Firefox 51, scheduled to be released in Jan. 2017, will stop trusting SHA–1 certificates originating at a public certificate authority. Microsoft Edge will also stop loading websites with SHA-1 certificates in Feb. 2017.

In response to the upcoming browser updates, the new version uses SHA-256, a hash function of the SHA-2 family, to ensure HTTPS sites using Dynamic Web TWAIN for web scanning will work well with the new browser versions.

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