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I am transitioning away from cart 4 to 6 but in the meantime does cart 4 use SSL V3?

Thread began 10/28/2014 9:47 am by tom313187 | Last modified 10/28/2014 9:53 am by Jason Byrnes | 156 views | 1 replies |


I am transitioning away from cart 4 to 6 but in the meantime does cart 4 use SSL V3?

Just checking to see if cart 4 has an issue with the POODLE issue as will quickly not allow any SSL V3 transaction.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

SSL is applied to your site.

eCart will use what ever SSL layer you implement on your site.

SSL is not implemented through the cart code.

when you purchase an SSL certificate, it gets installed to the site and then called up by using the HTPPS address. it is an abstraction layer that the code runs through, not something that is implemented by the code.

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