I need to connect using SSLv3 to MY router, on MY LAN, where there is NO meaningful risk of a MITM attack. Please provide instructions for doing so. I have read through … (read more)
I need to connect using SSLv3 to MY router, on MY LAN, where there is NO meaningful risk of a MITM attack. Please provide instructions for doing so.
I have read through several other questions and the non-responsive answers. The best of them recommends obtaining and installing an old Firefox version from an unknown source. This as a circumvention for an apparently unalterable correction to a security exposure that does not exist on my network. It is quite unacceptable to be told that to work around a correction to a known potential vulnerability that does not exist I must install a large single purpose program that exposes not only that vulnerability but probably a number of others that might actually be of concern.
It is well and good to provide software and default settings that provide as much security as possible. It is unintelligent, however, to do it in such a way as to prevent circumvention in cases where the risk is known to be zero.
For the record, I have changed the following settings without success:
security.tls.insecure_fallback_hosts;192.168.1.2 security.tls.version.fallback-limit;0 security.tls.version.min;0