Security Notification for SSLv3 POODLE Vulnerability

As you know, a number of news sources, corporations and the OpenSSL team reported yesterday 14 October 2014 that version 3 of Secure Sockets Layer (SSLv3) is vulnerable at the protocol level. We are urging all customers to disable SSLv3 on hosts interacting with the Twilio service as soon as possible and upgrade to use Transport Layer Service (TLS). Owing to many clients and servers connecting… Read More

HTTP Authentication for Twilio – Access Password Protected URLs

If you’ve tried to host your TwiML files at a secure URL, you already know that in the past Twilio only supported GET and POST to publicly accessible URLs.  But no longer! New Feature: HTTP Auth with Twilio Now Twilio supports HTTP Basic and Digest Authentication.  This allows you to password protect your TwiML URLs on your web server, so that only you and Twilio can… Read More