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Apple stops support for TLS certificates SHA-1

In a new support document, Apple says that macOS Catalina and iOS 13 will not support TLS certificates are signed with hash algorithm SHA-1, which is now considered unsafe.The minimum requirement is SHA-2. With macOS Catalina and iOS 13, the server certificate (TLS using RSA keys must use a key larger...

Apple simplifies Push Notifications with the introduction of the Token Authenticated to the place of the Certificates

Apple simplifies Push Notifications with the introduction of the Token Authenticated to the place of the Certificates

With an official statement, Apple warned all developers that from now, it will be possible to send push notifications with a system token, which is simpler than the old certificates.The token is easy to generate, has no expiry date as the certificate and can be used to send push notifications with all...

Apple renewed a security certificate expiring

Apple has renewed a security certificate expire for some of its services. Interested developers can then perform the required update, and update the certificates of its applications. The update is scheduled to renew the previous certificate of safety expiration date. According to reports Apple's announcement,...