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hairydog2 19th September 2012 16:33

How can I disable SSLv2 in Postfix?
 
I'm suffering PCI Scan hassles again.

Not only has the scanner (or should that be scammer?) objected to Bind 9.7.3 and Proftpd 1.3.3a (both the latest versions for stable Debian) but they are also complaining about SSLv2 being available on ports 25 and 587.

How can I disable SSLv2 on Postfix?

hairydog2 21st September 2012 20:17

Is there some more information that would help people answer this question?

hairydog2 22nd November 2012 16:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by hairydog2 (Post 285654)
How can I disable SSLv2 on Postfix?

Is there no way to do this?

pititis 4th December 2012 00:15

Add this to main.cf and reload postfix ( This feature is available in Postfix 2.6 and later. )

Code:

smtpd_tls_protocols = !SSLv2
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