[CentOS] firefox and IronPort

Wed Feb 22 13:14:39 UTC 2012
Tris Hoar <trishoar at bgfl.org>

On 21/02/2012 15:58, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> A couple of weeks ago, I got an autogenerated email from the mail folks
> here, telling me they'd quarantined what they thought was spam. The last
> time I got one of these was a month or month and a half ago, and I had no
> problem.
> This time, however, I get a 500 error. When I pulled up firefox's error
> console, and clicked on the link, I got
> <servername elided>: server does not support RFC 5746, see CVE-2009-3555
> I'm told they're running Cisco's IronPort. It appears the patch came out a
> year and a half or so ago. However, I also found a post where someone,
> apparently running on Windows, couldn't get to a site they needed to,
> either with IE 9 or FF10.somethingorother, until they downgraded.
> The support folks report they can get there, from Windows boxes.
> I've tried Mozilla's workarounds, in about:config, but no joy. My ff is up
> to date, including both patches from last week, and as those were
> critical, I'm very loathe to downgrade.
> a) Is anyone else seeing this?
> b) Any thoughts on whether it's an IronPort issue, or whether it might be
> a bug (new or reintroduced) browser problem?

 From my experiences with IronPort (admittedly from 3 years ago) I'd say 
blame that. The software is horribly buggy at best.

>           mark
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