Future Firefox, Chrome, IE, and Edge Releases Will Not Support RC4 Encryption

By the end of February 2016, you’ll have seen the last of RC4 encryption in browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Edge, their parent companies have announced.

The once mighty RC4 encryption algorithm, used in popular Web technologies like WEP, WPA, SSH, TLS/SSL, RDP, PDF, Kerberos, SASL, Skype, and BitTorrent, has seen its glory days come and go.

With security experts slashing it … (read more)
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