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SHA-2 and TLS 1.2 uupport by Java

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If I understand correctly, for java applications, SHA-2 support is dependent upon which version of Java the application is running on.  

If this is correct, which version of Java supports SHA-2

Which version of Java supports TLS 1.2 ?

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You can check out this on the Java Cryptography Architecture, pls see the table "Default Enabled Cipher Suites" under the "Cipher Suites" section - it state the corresponding Java SE version supported

For a list of TLS1.2, you can find a list here as reference to mapp to the table in the enabled cipher tbl. In short, TLS1.2 must be of AES as symmetric encryption cipher instead of RC4 or 3DES

So Java SE 7 minimally will already support both TLS1.2 and SHA2.
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