Reepay security announcement

To keep the use of Reepay secure and to comply with security standards imposed by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI-SSC), Reepay by the 1st of September 2017 will only support the latest cryptography technology to secure access to web pages and web services handling credit card data. This will affect Reepay hosted pages and Reepay Javascript used to embed sign-up and card update into own web site. The change requires no action from you, but the change can affect your customers using old browsers. The following browser versions do not support the newest cryptography technology (TLS 1.2) and will fail when trying open hosted pages or sign-up using the Javascript solution.
  • Internet Explorer before version 11 (released 2013)
  • Chrome before version 22 (released 2012)
  • Firefox before version 27 (released 2013)
  • Safari before version 7 (released 2013)
  • Android before version 4.4 (released 2013)
  • Opera before version 14 (released 2013)
Internet Explorer versions before version 11 can be found on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 without Service Pack 1. Notice that the Windows versions mentioned in itself poses a major security risk for customers, as the versions have exploitable vulnerabilities as shown by recent cyber attacks, e.g. the WannaCry ransomware attack. The number of customers affected is considered to be very small as most browsers automatically updates, or makes it very easy to update.