Planet disabled support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support for connections to on 03/14/2022


In March 2022, the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols was disabled for connections to

TLS is the system that helps secure traffic when you interact with an https:// address - you may be familiar with it's past iterations as SSL, the nearly 30 year old predecessor. As cryptographic weaknesses have been found, which undermine guarantees that your communications cannot be intercepted and read by an attacker, the protocol has evolved in response.

Will I be affected?

If you currently do not have TLS 1.2 or later enabled you will be affected and encounter a disruption of access.

For users of our ArgGIS integration you will see the error below: 


How do I enable TLS to a supported version? 

ArcGIS Pro

    • ESRI has created an FAQ for ArcGIS Pro located at How do I enable TLS 1.2 on ArcGIS Pro?
      • If you're using anything newer than ArcGIS 1.3, and are impacted, your system may be out of date. Versions of Windows 10, version 1507+ support TLS 1.2 by default. Users of Windows 7 need to opt-in by checking the TLS 1.2 box in Internet Properties -> Advanced.

OS X Users:

    • Users of Mac OS < 10.8 must upgrade their operating system to get TLS 1.2+ support.

Linux Users:

    • Check your openssl version with the openssl version command. TLS 1.2 is supported in OpenSSL version v1.0.1 and beyond. Additionally, all versions of LibreSSL support it.
      • If using an outdated version of OpenSSL you'll need to follow your system's instructions for updating the openssl package
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