I know Opera 10 supports TLS 1.2 as well as IE8 in Windows 7.
a K-meleon user is asking in the K-meleon forums why TLS 1.1/1.2 isn't "implemented" in K-meleon, Seamonkey and Firefox.
I have a doubt about the use of TLS 1.1/1.2 by IE7 and Opera 10.x... Why Kmeleon, Firefox and Seamonkey don't use these protocols?
Which is the diference about TLS 1.0 and SSL3?
I use IE7 with TLS 1.2 only and I could open all HTTPS pages, but in Kmeleon and Firefox, I must have SSL3 option to open some secure pages.
and someone from Google Groups is also asking if TLS 1.2 support will be included in future releases of Firefox:
Hello my name is Brandon and I would like to see support for TLS 1.2 in
Firefox. TLS 1.0 is outdated and I know lot websites dont support it. I
have TLS enabled and it works on most secure sites. Opera already
supports TLS 1.2, I would like to see TLS 1.2 supported in upcoming
version of Firefox because it offers stronger security than SSL. thanx