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- dave frost
February 15, 2006, 3:21 pm
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I need to make sure that 'SSL version 3' is on a machine im doing the
install for. I assume this means the ssl protocol v3 (as the release
numbers of openssl are 0.9xxx). SSL v3 is quite an old spec so iassume
that the latest version of openssl will have this in, and its more to do
with the client software talking the the correct protocol ... right ?
- Ertugrul Soeylemez
February 15, 2006, 9:57 pm
Yes, this is application-specific, and yes, almost all SSL
implementations (including OpenSSL and GNU TLS) include SSLv3 support.
You must configure each application specifically to use the third
protocol version only. However, most applications do this automatically
and only use older versions as a fallback, if the other end doesn't
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