Braintree has recently announced that it will be updating its root SSL certificate on May 1, 2020. BiznessApps SDK is currently incompatible with the upcoming SSL update. However, the Development team is fully aware of the upcoming changes and is working on applying the necessary changes in our with our North Park 50.20 release. BisnessApps will be compatible with Braintree's SSL update on or before the deadline provided.
This article provides complete information about Braintree's communication regarding its root SSL certificate update.
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The following email was sent to all Braintree customers:
Braintree plans to update our root SSL certificate provider for API traffic on May 1, 2020. Our records show that you are using a legacy SDK version that will not be compatible with this SSL update. We're reaching out to provide the information you need to ensure you can continue processing payments without any interruption.
An SSL certificate is a security technology that enables encrypted communication between a web browser and a web server. Braintree maintains this certificate to process requests securely. The SSL certificate update will go into effect on April 1 in the sandbox environment and May 1 in production. Integrations using the latest versions of our SDKs are compatible with the SSL certificate update.
What action is required?
To avoid interruption to your processing, you must update your SDK version to the appropriate minimum version before May 1:
- Java 2.67.0
- Python 3.24.0
- Ruby 2.57.0
- PHP 3.8.0
Note: Node and .NET Server SDKs should not be impacted by these upcoming changes.
Where can I find more information?
For information on how to update your SDK version, see our developer docs.
If you are using a third-party shopping cart for your integration, we recommend reaching out to your shopping cart provider to ensure that they are using up-to-date Braintree SDKs so your processing is not interrupted.
If you have any questions, contact us.
The Braintree Team
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