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Re: How to check for SSL1 ?
From: Michael Sierchio <kudzu () tenebras com>
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 20:25:55 -0700

Thomas Springer wrote:

- ssl v1 (ancient, considered vulnerable to mitm-attacks)
- ssl v2 (old, considered vulnerable to mitm-attacks, but still supported by some servers)
- ssl v3 (considered secure, but seldom used)
- tls 1.0 (typically preferred these days)

I have no idea where you come by your ideas, but SSLv3 is much
more widely deployed on servers than TLSv1.0.

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