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Just to be clear, can I assume that SHA-2 is part of TLS 1.2

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If you read the page that I linked for you on your previous question, you would know that the answer is yes.
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by:Anthony Lucia
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That is what I thought I read, wanted to be sure

Thanks for your help
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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