Author janssen
Recipients giampaolo.rodola, janssen
Date 2009-01-07.19:06:58
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Actually, that's not quite true.  Specifying TLSv1 or SSLv3 on the
server side will disable SSLv2.  However, there's currently no way to
specify SSLv3 *or* TLSv1 *but not* SSLv2.  This looks easy to fix; I'll
add another entry to the list of protocol versions, which when selected
will cause the server to use SSLv23, but will cause SSLv2 clients to be
rejected.
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