Our servers have been patched for Poodle, the SSL3 vulnerability. Basically we’ve just disabled SSL3 and SSL2. These are no longer needed anyway as all modern browsers support their successor, TLS.
Those using IE7 or lower (why oh why!?) will, by default, not be able to load www.mjtnet.com without making a small change.
If for some unearthly reason (there really isn’t one) you HAVE to use one of those ancient browsers you can simply go into advanced settings, disable SSL2 and SSL3 and enable TLS 1.0.
But if you need to do that you won’t be reading this unless you’ve connected via a different browser/PC!
According to our server logs 3% of visitors last month were using IE7 or less. That’s a low enough figure not to worry about lost visits and, anyway, it’s time these browsers and SSL3 were consigned to the scrap heap once and for all. Any other workarounds or fixes are just delaying the inevitable.
21% of visitors are still using IE8. They’re probably stuck on XP. I can’t wait to see that figure drop below 1%.