Windows 10: Secure Socket Levels in Edge
Secure Socket Levels in Edge
I have been told by a security check on my desk top that the Secure Socket levels are disabled.
Can anyone tell me what to do about this please.
I have looked at the advanced tab in internet explorer and ticked the SSL 3.0. SSL 1 was already ticked. There is no SSL 2.
But this was internet explorer not Microsoft Edge. I am worried about been in a vunerable state.
Read more: Microsoft: Windows 10, Edge so secure they don't need our EMET anti zero-day shield | ZDNet
See also: Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) for Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Microsoft: Windows 10, Edge so secure they don't need our EMET anti zero-day shield | ZDNet
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