Advisory: Receiver for iOS and Apple’s App Transport Security (ATS)

This article is intended for Citrix administrators and technical teams only.Non-admin users must contact their company’s Help Desk/IT support team and can refer to CTX297149 for more information

In 2015 Apple introduced App Transport Security (ATS) to enforce best practices in security for connections between apps and backend servers. These changes in code were enabled by default with the release of iOS 9 to force iOS apps to use secure HTTPS connections. However, Apple allowed iOS app developers to disable ATS enforcement. ATS enforcement is currently disabled in Citrix Receiver for iOS.

During the WWDC 2016 event in June, Apple announced that all apps submitted to the App Store will be required to have ATS enabled by the end of year 2016. Since then, Apple has extended this deadline until further notice to give developers and customers additional time to prepare.

Citrix will continue to disable ATS enforcement in the Receiver for iOS client as long as Apple allows. However, Citrix recommends that IT administrators take proactive action to comply with Apple ATS requirements in anticipation for these changes in the future and to align with industry leading practices around network security. Adopting the new recommendations for SSL certificates ahead of time will guarantee that Receiver for iOS users are not affected in the future. Customers can refer to this article for future updates.

The following list provides answers to frequently asked questions by IT administrators on the subject:

Which Citrix components are affected?

Depending on the environment configuration, the ATS mandate may impact Receiver for iOS connections to NetScaler, StoreFront, and Web Interface

What are the requirements to comply with ATS?

Backend services including NetScaler, StoreFront, and Web Interface must be configured with SSL certificates that meet a minimum of TLS v1.2 specifications with AES-128 encryption and SHA-2 hash algorithm.

These requirements would also apply to any third-party networking products, such as gateways or load-balancers, terminating SSL connections at any point in the path of Receiver.

Additional information on ATS can be found at in the Apple Developer website here under the “Requirements for Connecting Using ATS” section.

Does this change require session hosts (VDA) to be configure for secure ICA?

There is no need to configure VDA for secure ICA as part of this change. ATS will only impact connections to NetScaler, StoreFront, and Web Interface for brokering and application/desktop enumeration

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