On Tuesday, Google published details of a new attack on SSL 3.0 -- POODLE. This vulnerability is a basic flaw affecting the SSL 3.0 protocol, which was designed to ensure secure connections when surfing the Internet. While this protocol is over 15 years old, and most businesses have adopted newer technologies, some older browser versions and even some current browsers will "fall back" to SSL 3.0 in certain situations. At FormFire, security is one of our highest priorities and we've determined the best course of action would be to disable SSL 3.0 to protect our customers. This change will prevent attackers from exploiting the vulnerability and keep SSL sessions secure. However, the change will also prevent users of Internet Explorer 6 from connecting to our site via HTTPS. If you have any questions or concerns about FormFire and this recently released vulnerability please contact Support.