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Cisco Bug: CSCur49880 - ASDM: TLS - SSLv3 keywords deprecated

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Sep 17, 2019

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  • Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager

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Support for the SSLv3 protocol on the Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager has been removed due to the security concerns, including the POODLE vulnerability released on 2014.

New Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager releases implement the following changes:

1) the default for the client/server SSL version is changed from SSLv3 to TLSv1
2) the SSLv3 keywords (ssl, sslv3-only and any) have been deprecated, and a warning will be shown if there is an attempt to configure either one of them .

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