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Original articlecan be found here: http://www.zdnet.com/article/chrome-set-to-disable-and-remove-sslv3-in-upcoming-releases/
Chrome 39, due to be released in six weeks' time, will be the first step in Google's plan to remove SSLv3 support from its Chrome browser.
Bypassing unsafe SSL encryption with DHE, which is blocked by the new version of Firefox 39+
Firefox display the following error: An error occurred during a connection to xxx.xxx.net SSL received a weak ephemeral Diffie-Hellman key in Server Key Exchange handshake message. (Error code: ssl_error_weak_server_ephemeral_dh_key)
The work-around for Firefox is to allow SSLv3 with DHE using the following steps:
1) In FireFox, enter "about:config" in the URL field and press enter.
They are good tips and tricks, I found which may work for you. They did for me first time and the majority of other computer users.
Steps you can take; to try mitigate or avoid this issue from happening for many and in my eyes would be a clean installation of windows 10. This requires formatted hard drive preferably a NTFS file partition and key for install. Although if you’re a system administrator and know your product keys you can skip this requirement.
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