'POODLE' Web Flaw: How to Fix Your Browser

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Paul Wagenseil

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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.
 

Shelama

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In my Mac OS 10.6.8, the Terminal command to fix Google Chrome returns only "/Applications/Google: No such file or directory"

The Google Chrome app is, indeed, right where it belongs in the App folder.

 

EricTheByteMan

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For Firefox, that setting may break Firefox 33+
For all versions of Firefox use Mozilla's own plugin to prevent SSL3 connections:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ssl-version-control/
 
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