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Confluence Server to support TLS v1.3

  1. Is it possible to enable TLS v1.3 in Confluence Server 7.2.2?

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You can follow the guide here and in section "Step 2. Modify your Confluence server.xml file", add TLSv1.3 to the sslProtocols and sslEnabledProtocols attributes.

While the above-mentioned guide will enable direct SSL configuration in Confluence, best practice is to use a reverse proxy (such as Nginx or Apache) and do the SSL configuration in the proxy server, rather than in Confluence directly.

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