A new issue affecting SSLv3, known as POODLE or CVE-2014-3566, was recently discovered by Google. SSL and its successor, TLS, are the protocols that are used to secure connections between clients (e.g. browsers) and web servers or load balancers.

The DF Studio team has reviewed our servers and load balancers to ensure that SSLv3 is not enabled and we are not susceptible to this vulnerability.

For more information about this vulnerability, also refer to:

Google’s official advisory
Google Online Security Blog: This POODLE bites: exploiting the SSL 3.0 fallback 
Ars Technica: SSL broken, again, in POODLE attack