Recently I’ve begun to move the Chocolatey packages I maintain from manual to automatic updating. Going through each package I came across an issue with Yubico Authenticator while retrieving the downloads page using Invoke-WebRequest This caught me by surprise as I was retrieving other Yubico website pages, such as developers.yubico.com, without issue.
I decided to look at the SSL / TLS protocols for the pages using SSL Labs SSL online test and found the following:
Back in February, Microsoft released version 5.5 of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET). This new release gave us official Windows 10 support. But we waited a long time for that support. Windows 10 was available to the masses in July 2015.
But Microsoft has suggested that this new EMET is not necessary for everyone:
EMET was released in 2009 as a standalone tool to help enterprises better protect their Windows clients by providing an interface to manage built-in Windows security mitigations while also providing additional features meant to disrupt known attack vectors used by prevalent malware.