Does anyone have a good CRT monitor that they don't need that can be collected
from the Melbourne area? Ideally 17"+ and Trinitron, but main criteria being
1280*1024 and working well.
Asking for someone who wants to test a theory about CRT being better than TFT
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Russell Coker via luv-main wrote:
> I've been doing some work on the LUV server and noticed that it was supporting
> old SSL protocols. I disabled TLS 1.1 as ssllabs will no longer give a rating
> higher than B to a site that uses it, with that change we get an A+! I think
> this is no big deal as this only prevents access from Android below version
> 5.0 (NB Chrome on Android 4.x works fine, it's the Android internal browser
> that no-one would ever want to use on our site that fails), and some
> particularly ancient versions of Safari and IE.
> The above URL gives the test results.
> I disabled all the weaker ciphers that aren't being used.
> The cipher TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA is weak but is required to
> support IE11 on Windows versions before 10 and Safari versions before 9. Is
> it worth keeping?
So are you asking the practical question : "How many people are likely
to want to use IE11 W<10 and Safari <9 ?";
or are you asking the more philosophical question: "Just how far back
does backward compatibility need to be maintained "
regards Rohan McLeod
Ben Nisenbaum via luv-main wrote:
> Hello Craig and all,
> That's a super post of yours for me and my issues. I believe I can work through all of them with the information you've provided. I am very grateful.
> The "Pollock" hosts file which I mentioned is a hosts file from:
Reading through Dan Pollock's introduction in the above I am reminded of
Balk’s Third Law: “If you think The Internet is terrible now, just wait
a while.” :-)
regards Rohan McLeod