lopezjavier, I honestly don't know. I've been searching for that, but can't find any instruction from Apple. There's no obvious setting in Safari. I suspect that because Safari is so deeply hooked into the OS, fixing this may require a full system update.
lopezjavier: as I suspected might happen, Apple fixed POODLE for Safari by pushing out a security update for Mountain Lion and Mavericks. Yosemite users get the patch built in; Lion users are out in the cold, and would need to update to Yosemite (or Mountain Lion or Mavericks if they can find an installation image): http/www.tomsguide.com/us/apple-yosemite-patch,news-19799.html