I reconfigured my browser (Firefox 26) to fully demand TLS version 1.2 (and only this version) when connecting to any website. After some day of experience in browsing the net I noticed that when going to StackOverflow (or any other StackExchange website) my browser just says
After a little downscaling of my security settings in Firefox (for those who are interested:
security.tls.version.max both set to 3 which means TLS Version 1.2) I noticed that the whole StackExchange Network relies on TLS Version 1.0.
I just wanted to ask if there are plans to enhance the security of the TLS encrypted connections to a newer standard since TLS 1.0 is pretty outdated, espacially for a highly technical network like this. Are there any plans to do this in the near future or are there any roadmaps regarding this type of security concerns?