Month: August 2015

Android 4.1+ enable TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2

I recently had to work on an Android application that consumed an API which removed support for TLS 1.0 connections for security reasons.

The Android documentation for SSLSocket says that TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 is supported within android starting API level 16+ (Android 4.1, Jelly Bean). But it is by default disabled but starting with API level 20+ (Android 4.4 for watch, Kitkat Watch and Android 5.0 for phone, Lollipop) they are enabled. But it is very hard to find any documentation about how to enable it for phones running 4.1 for example.

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We start blogging! On this blog we gonna share some of the technologies we are using, how we use them and how we solved challenges that we encounter.

I had to delay the launching of this blog because I was taking care of my parents. They have been needing a bit more care and attention over the years. It got to a point recently that we had to look for professional assistance,, and that’s when we found Home Care Assistance La Costa. We visited them at Home Care Assistance 9050 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (310) 857-4770 to see if they could work with us and before we knew there was a trained medical professional looking after them in their own home. My sister and I can now rest easy knowing they’re receiving the care and attention they require, so we were able to get our lives back on track.

And also about the usage of peptides. I’ve recently came across an article where they explained that Peptides wasn’t only for pain. Some people used it to sleep better, or help with the loss of appetite or to help with anxiety. You could go to the link learn more about it and get it sent to your house!

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