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sourcetree windows 3.0.8 pull calls with TLS 1.0 (BB will force 1.2 on dec-1st)

Hi Atlassian Sourcetree Community.


I saw this link stating that bitbucket will turn off tls 1.0 and 1.1, and only use tls 1.2 starting december-1.


So I upgraded sourcetree to the latest windows version, 3.0.8, and did a wireshark/tcpdump network capture.  Most items are good tls 1.2, but when doing a Pull I do see some bad tls 1.0 entries.  I'm on windows 10 pro ver 1703.  Doing git from sourcetree Open->Terminal looks good ( GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1 git ls-remote uses 1.2).  I'm using the built-in git of sourcetree.


So i'm concerned that something will break on that date.  Can someone else confirm or deny what I saw, that some part of sourcetree is still using old tls 1.0 ?

Thanks.  -Mike


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minnsey Atlassian Team Nov 23, 2018

Can you check what version of Git/Git Credential Manager you are using? see for more information.

Sourcetree relies on the OS and should be just using TLS 1.2

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