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Which browsers support Server Name Indication (SNI)?

Last updated: 07/06/2018

Server Name Indication is an extension of the TLS protocol that allows one to host multiple SSL certificates at the same IP address. Nowadays it is pretty common and implemented in most modern browsers, but older versions may lack SNI support! In-depth info on Server Name Indication internals to be found on the « What is Server Name Indication? » page.

Internet Explorer 7 starting with Windows Vista (not XP!)

Google Chrome

  • 6+ on Windows XP and Vista
  • 5.0.342.1+ on Mac OS X 10.5.7+

Mozilla Firefox 2.0+

Safari 2.1+

  • on Windows Vista
  • on Mac OS X 10.5.6+

Opera 8.0+ (TLS protocol support must be enabled)

Android browser on Android 3.0+

Mobile Safari on iOS 4.0+

Windows Phone 7+

Opera Mobile 10.1+ on Android

Internet Explorer, all versions, on Windows XP

Android browser on Android 1.x and 2.x