POODLE does not affect Replicon customers
Researchers have discovered a new vulnerability in the SSLv3 (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption standard that has been widely used in the Internet for the past 15 years. Dubbed “POODLE,” which stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption, this flaw could potentially allow unauthorized decryption of encrypted text sent over SSLv3 connections between a server and a web browser.
However, Replicon customers are not affected by POODLE, as our Security Team has disabled SSLv3 as our minimum required encryption protocol for web browsers. This means that browsers being used to log in to Replicon should automatically default to TLS (Transport Layer Security), which will ensure that our customers are not at risk to this vulnerability.
The security of our customers’ data is our paramount concern. Please contact our Technical Support Team if you have any concerns or questions: 1-877-662-2519 (within North America) and +800 6622 5192 (outside North America).