How to turn off dangerous ssl/tls settings?
Desiree last edited by Gwen-Dragon
I am very unhappy that Vivaldi allows ssl 2 and 3 and tls 1.0.
I allow nothing below tls 1.2 on my default browser. I looked in Vivaldi flags (where some time ago I turned on tls 1.3) but couldn't find any setting for ssl 2 or 3 or tls 1 or 1.1 so I can turn them off. My other browsers do not allow me to go to a site that Qualys gives an F to the server (horrifically bad security) but Vivaldi happily takes me to that very (security wise) dangerous site.
So, how do I make Vivaldi a reasonably secure browser? I want ONLY tls 1.2 allowed (or tls 1.3 which I allow as experimental). If a site is so badly managed that it does not use tls 1.2 then I have zero interest in going to it.
You may use a desktop shortcut with
You may check the supported TLS protocols at https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/viewMyClient.html
EDIT: tested: Works nice for me if i use --ssl-min-version="tls1.2"
Next time please use the Search.
And you may have got f.ex. this interesting post:
that Vivaldi allows ssl 2 and 3
Really? No. Test it without the switches at https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/viewMyClient.html