Mozilla, Microsoft and other browser makers are turning off support for a decades-old encryption protocol following an advisory from Google warning that the protocol is vulnerable to a dangerous man-in-the-middle attack that could expose passwords and session cookie data.
A Google Chrome update will disable version 3.0 and Google will remove support for SSL 3.0 completely from its client products. Mozilla also released a security advisory, telling users that it plans to turn off SSLv3 in Firefox and will disable it by default in version 34 of Firefox due out next month.
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