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Thread: Disable SSL3 in Firefox
2014-11-01, 10:24 #1
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Disable SSL3 in Firefox
This add-on seems to work fine on my Firefox 33.0.2:
2014-11-11, 22:14 #2
That's good news Berton,
When I found out I could modify one of the about:config settings I went that route,FF v33.0 Settings:
Rather than use the FF add-on I set my security.tls.version.min from about:config, the original setting was 0 and I changed it to 3, but had to switch back to 1 because of all places I couldn't reach https://support.mozilla.org
0 means SSL 3.0 and higher is enabled, 1 means TLS 1.0 and higher is enabled, 2 means TLS 1.1, and higher is enabled.
The security.tls.version.max was originally 3 and I left it as is.
Source: Vulnerability in SSL 3.0 Could Allow Information Disclosure, v1.1 | SevenForums
- >Open about:config; Copy/paste/type, about:config , into your address bar >click on "I'll be careful, I promise!
- >Copy/paste/type, security.tls , into the Search bar
- >Right click on security.tls.version.min >Modify >In the Enter Integer Value Box, change the 0 to a 1 >Click on OK.
Your config should look like this:
wss sll3 tls.JPG
- >Close the about:config Tab.
- >Restarting Firefox is your option.
SSLv3 will be disabled by default in Firefox 34, which will be released on Nov 25.