How to Enable SSL 3.0
This wikiHow teaches you how to turn on SSL 3.0 support in Firefox for Windows and macOS, as well as Chrome, Edge, and Internet Explorer for Windows. SSL 3.0 is already enabled in Safari for macOS and cannot be turned off.
Part 1Firefox for Windows and macOS
1You’ll usually find it in the All Apps area of the Start menu (Windows) or in the Applications folder (macOS).
2config into the address bar and press ↵ Enter or ⏎ Return. A warning page will appear.
3. It’s the blue button at the center of the page.
4It’s the wide search bar at the top of the screen. The list of options below will now be filtered to show only matching results.
7SSL 3.0 support is now enabled in Firefox.
Part 2Chrome for Windows
1You’ll usually find it in the All Apps area of the Start menu. This method will only work on a PC.
2It’s at the top-right corner of Chrome.
3It’s near the bottom of the menu.
4The Internet Properties screen will appear.
60.” It’s toward the bottom of the list.
8Once Windows starts back up, SSL 3.0 will be supported in Chrome.
Part 3Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer for Windows
1This opens the search bar.
2A list of matching results will appear.
4A list of check boxes will appear under the “Settings” header.
6It’s at the bottom of the window.
7It’s next to the Apply button.
8Once Windows starts back up, Edge and Internet Explorer will both support SSL 3.0.