Azure Application Gateway is announcing general availability for transport layer security (TLS) mutual authentication. Mutual authentication allows for two-way TLS certificate-based authentication, which allows both client and server to verify each other's identity. This release strengthens your zero trust networking posture and enables many. To test whether your server is TLS1.2 compatible, perform these instructions from a Linux desktop. Alternatively, here are versions of Operating Systems and Applications that commonly support TLS1.2: Windows Windows 7 Windows Server 2008 R2+ Linux Linux applications are primarily dependent on the OpenSSL version installed. If you enter *.example.com, the same. Last year Amazon API Gateway announced certificate-based mutual Transport Layer Security (TLS) authentication. Mutual TLS (mTLS) authenticates the server to the client, and requests the client to send an X.509 certificate to prove its identity as well. This way, both parties are authenticated to each other.