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comment On IIS, how do I patch the SSL 3.0 POODLE vulnerability (CVE­-2014­-3566)?
I tried running Fix it 50495 on Windows 2008, and it failed with error "This Microsoft Fix it does not apply to your operating system or application version." Oh well.
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comment What to do with secured sites in IIS in regard of SSL 3 vulnerability (POODLE Bites)
You can view browser support information here. It's a big chart, you're interested in the column "TLS 1.0". Any browser that supports TLS 1.0 (or better) is going to be able to access your site just fine after you disable SSL 3.0.
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answered Installed Windows 8.1, MySQL service disappeared and all MySQL data/settings gone
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comment Installed Windows 8.1, MySQL service disappeared and all MySQL data/settings gone
Yeah, I've already started down this path... I just find it rather shocking--I would never have guessed that Windows 8.0 -> 8.1 would blow away all your MySQL data!
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asked Installed Windows 8.1, MySQL service disappeared and all MySQL data/settings gone
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accepted Temporarily redirect *all* HTTP/HTTPS requests in IIS to a “server maintenance” page
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comment Temporarily redirect *all* HTTP/HTTPS requests in IIS to a “server maintenance” page
I think this will work for us. Thanks!
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