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    Default Re: Problems with forums log in

    Whoa, didn't expect that...
    Yes, it's really fixed. Now I got no issues with IExplorer neither Midori on Slitaz. I guess it wasn't me after all.
    Thanks for bothering in this. Really.

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    Default Re: Problems with forums log in

    On Mon 01 Dec 2014 10:46:01 PM CST, F style wrote:


    Whoa, didn't expect that...
    Yes, it's really fixed. Now I got no issues with IExplorer neither
    Midori on Slitaz. I guess it wasn't me after all.
    Thanks for bothering in this. Really.


    Hi
    Aside from that, if the poodle test shows your vulnerable, then you
    should get them to fix.....

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    Default Re: Problems with forums log in

    On Mon, 01 Dec 2014 22:46:01 +0000, F style wrote:

    > Whoa, didn't expect that...
    > Yes, it's really fixed. Now I got no issues with IExplorer neither
    > Midori on Slitaz. I guess it wasn't me after all.
    > Thanks for bothering in this. Really.


    Glad to hear it's working for you now. Occasionally, we do get it
    right.

    Jim



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  4. #34

    Default Re: Problems with forums log in

    Though there are a couple of last comments...

    I wonder why Chrome and Firefox were not affected by the problem...

    Also, regarding the poodle test, seems one needs a fully updated browser to get "not vulnerable". Chrome got "vulnerable" with version 39.0.1xxx until it got updated to 39.0.2xxx, as far as I could see. Installing Firefox seemingly updated Chrome as well...............

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