- 29 April 2015
Yesterday I wrote a post about disabling SSLv3 in Postfix and today we take a close look at Apache. While taking a closer look at the current installation of Apache and the version shipped with Debian 8 that was released a few days back it showed that the Apache project or Debian has taken the responsibility to completely disable SSLv2. Hopefully, SSLv3 will get the same treatment soon, as broken security is worse than no security due to a false sense of security.
After a clean install on Debian Wheezy
/etc/apache2/mods-available/ssl.conf contains the following entries: