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Aug
17
comment Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
No. I tried the suggestion, and the result was it enabled TLS 1.0 only (no SSL, no TLS 1.1 or 1.2). I think i have a bad Apache version or build.
Aug
4
comment Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
Added Linux version. I don't know the origin of the Apache package, but it wasn't compiled from source. Probably yum.
Aug
4
revised Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
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Aug
4
revised Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
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Aug
4
comment Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
Thanks for the reply. This enabled TLS 1.0 only (no SSL, no TLS 1.1 or 1.2). I believe the cipher order is to nudge clients to use Forward Secrecy.
Aug
4
asked Unable to turn off SSLv3 on Apache 2.4.9 without losing TLS 1.1 and 1.2
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May
19
accepted What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
May
19
comment What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
Thank you very much.
May
18
comment What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
Because surprisingly, it's still a non-trivial (3-5%) amount of traffic and of money. "Invalid certificate" warning is better than being unable to browse to the site.
May
18
comment What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
Exactly, I'm trying to locate an archived XP SP2 VM.
May
18
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May
18
revised What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
Removing Firefox from the question, since its SSL support is independent of the OS
May
18
comment What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
OK, removing Firefox from the question.
May
18
asked What happens when legacy browser or OS attempts to acces https site with SHA-2 certificate
Jan
23
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19
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