Disable the SSLv3 Protocol on Microsoft Windows Servers

As more and more webservers on the internet are disabling SSLv3, because of the Poodlebleed Bug (OpenSSL Announcement, PDF), It is maybe time to disable it aswell in your on-premise environment. In this article I’ll show how to disable this protocol for Microsoft Windows Servers with a simple registry key. Although SSL 3.0 is almost 15 years old, many servers and web browsers still use it today. When web browsers fail at connecting on a newer SSL version (i.e. TLS 1.0, 1.1, or 1.2), they may fall back to a SSL 3.0…

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