TLS and Root Certificates
TLS protocol compatibility
The following table shows the supported Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions by each webOS TV platform version.
|webOS TV platform version||Release year||TLS v1.3||TLS v1.2|
|webOS TV 23||2023||Supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 22||2022||Supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 6.x||2021||Supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 5.x||2020||Supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 4.x||2018~2019||Not supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 3.x||2016~2017||Not supported||Supported|
|webOS TV 1.x/2.x||2014~2015||Not supported||Supported|
Trusted root certificates
You can download the trusted root certificates in webOS TV as below. Note that the list of trusted root certificates varies by webOS TV platform version, and the file below includes some of them compatible in all platform versions.
- Resources of a webOS TV app provided as HTTPS should use certificates of which the root is one of the trusted root certificates. If the root does not exist in the list of trusted root certificates of the TV where the app is being launched, an
Filed to load resource: net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSEerror occurs.
- The Let's Encrypt certificate, which uses ISRG Root X1 as root, is supported from webOS TV 5.0. However, on webOS TV 3.X and 4.X, if the software update is properly performed, it is supported.