[PATCH] 4851444: Exposing sun.reflect.Reflection#getCallerClass as a public API in Java 8
nicholas+openjdk at nicholaswilliams.net
Sun Sep 1 20:04:43 UTC 2013
Thanks for the help, everyone! The Qualys SSL Labs tool was invaluable. Apparently using "-SSLv3" in the SSLCipherSuite setting in Apache also disables TLSv1.0 and TLSv1.2, breaking most clients. Not very intuitive, but I got it sorted out so that I'm supporting only TLSv1.0 through TLSv1.2, which works in all modern browsers. Thankfully I only changed these settings like five days ago, so it hasn't been broken very long.
Back to the discussion at hand :-)...
One of my helpful Twitter friends pointed out the email I was referring to regarding a sponsor:
So David says he thinks he can find someone at RedHat to sponsor this, assuming it looks good.
On Sep 1, 2013, at 12:13 PM, Alan Eliasen wrote:
> On 09/01/2013 09:50 AM, Nick Williams wrote:
>> Interesting. I can access HTTPS in all of my browsers. OT, to help my
>> figure out what's up with my HTTPS, what browsers and versions are
>> y'all using, Jörn and Alan?
> I get the same problems with Firefox 23 on Linux. This will help you
> debug some of your problems:
> As you can see, it won't work with most browsers.
> Alan Eliasen
> eliasen at mindspring.com
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