On October 6, 2015, the Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3 (or newer) operating system will be required in order to access ALLDATA parts prices and labor times online through a third-party (non-ALLDATA) shop management system.
If you are using Microsoft XP Service Pack 2 or earlier and accessing ALLDATA parts and labor online through a third-party shop management system, you will need to upgrade your computer to a newer operating system version prior to October 6, 2015 to avoid losing access to your ALLDATA information.
Not sure which operating system you have? Click HERE to find out.
If you have Windows XP, follow the steps to check the operating system to find out which Service Pack you have.
If you have a newer version of Windows, no further action is needed.
Why is this happening?
This is not due to any changes by ALLDATA, it’s because Internet security standards are changing. In order to continue providing you with a secure connection, we need to ensure that both our website and your computers are compatible with the new security standards before the changes take place.
What are the technical details?
The SHA-1 data encryption standard and associated security certificates are being phased out and will no longer be supported by the major internet browsers (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome) in late 2015. In order to meet the new security requirements, our iShop servers that are used to pass ALLDATA Repair data to other applications will be upgraded to the new SHA-2 standard.
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