Reading different articles, mentioning this one, for the sake of this question on old TLS topic.
Quoting part of the article:
30 June 2018 is the deadline for disabling SSL/early TLS and implementing a more secure encryption protocol – TLS 1.1 or higher (TLS v1.2 is strongly encouraged) in order to meet the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for safeguarding payment data.
I am thinking, if it is already the right time to disable TLS1.1 support on web servers?
To be specific on servers with highly sensitive data for instance.
Taking into account that most people won't be affected, because all the browsers (not counting systems as Vista or XP, nor old Android/Apple versions) already have support for TLS1.2 since a very long time ago.
So I say, I am up to disabling TLS1.1 on all my servers.
Most of you will probably argue, that such thing is sort of too aggressive, but why wait?