Question: How do I disable SSLv3 in Safari (OSX & iOS)
So following this morning's Google announcement on the SSLv3 vulnerability, I tried disabling it on the client side on my various systems and browser. On OSX, I managed to do it for Firefox and Chrome but not for Safari. On iOS I didn't manage at all.
Any clue on how it can be done?
- Disabling SSLv3 in Firefox:
Open about:config, find security.tls.version.min and set the value to 1. Then restart your browser to drop any open SSL connections.
- Disabling SSLv3 in Chrome:
Launch Chrome using an AppleScript that contains the following
do shell script "open -a /Applications/Google\\ Chrome.app --args --ssl-version-min=tls1"
- Checking client-side vulnerability:
- Checking server-side vulnerability: