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  • SSL on Firefox 36 - Padlock and Identity Info Missing Problem

    The RC4 cipher suites have been considered insecure and deprecated since Firefox version 36. RC4 is now turned off by default with the exception of whitelisted sites. This is just an interim measure; webmasters are strongly encouraged to update their servers as soon as possible to offer stronger encryption. RC4 support in Firefox will be completely disabled in the near future.

    TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA encryption making use of the RC4 cipher suite which is considered broken and no longer trustworthy. according to this recent proposal browsers have to stop supporting RC4

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    Some work around for PayPal SSL issues.

    If your website uses an SSL Certificate (HTTPS encryption, padlock in
    browser bar on checkout), then you need to make sure that the SSL uses
    SHA-2. You can check this on the SSL LABS site.

    If your SSL Certificate uses the older SHA-1 and expires during or after
    2016, then you need to contact your SSL provider to re-issue you with a
    new SSL Certificate based on SHA-2. To install the new certificate, you
    will need the original Private Key, the new Certificate, and the
    Intermediate Certificate (CA Bundle).

    If your SSL Certificate expires during 2015, then you just need to make
    sure that the new SSL is issued with SHA-2. If you’re using cPanel to
    generate the Signin Request, then SHA-2 is already automatically


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