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POODLE SSLv3 vulnerability

16 October 2014

We've now disabled SSLv3 on our secure server to fix the POODLE vulnerability. This may have consequences for people using very old browsers such as Internet Explorer 6, or other means of connecting to the website via old protocols.

All modern browsers will still be able to connect securely using the newer TLS protocols.

All our servers and hosted websites have already been patched and are not vulnerable to previous exploits including, but not limited to, Heartbleed and Shellshock.

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