|Subject:||Re: [Help-librejs] What about old FF versions|
|Date:||Thu, 6 Nov 2014 00:17:57 +0100|
systems management firmware that had to conform to export standards of its day. I still use it so I need the 40 bit encryption support. when it dies, rather them, I have three systems, I won't need it.
c'est la vie I guess.
Would you please expand on that question a bit for my information. What uses 40 bit encryption? Firefox updates beyond version 17?
From: help-librejs-bounces+cgw993=address@hidden [mailto:help-librejs-bounces+cgw993=address@hidden] On Behalf Of Michael Felt
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2014 1:56 AM
Subject: [Help-librejs] What about old FF versions
Some people thought it was better security to make 40-bit encryption connections impossible.
Since then I can not update my FF (which was the browser to support it longest!) above version 17 - or I need to through out some some HW than only communicates via 40-bit encryption (FW is not no longer supported, so no updates will ever come).
Since I am stuck with this browser, and the idea of getting away from invasive java-script sound appealing, the simple question: which version worked with FF 17 - and is it still available for installation?
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