Last week we renewed our SSL certificate for versionshelf.com to keep your connections with the Versionshelf servers secure and encrypted.
A quick look at the popular and free SSL Labs from Qualys shows what SSL configuration hardening should look like. We are still reaching the Overall Rating A at the test. This means no weak RC4-Cipher usage, no unsecure DiffiHellmann key-exchange support and not vulnerable against Poodle, Heartbleed or Beast attacks.
We are taking security really serious, and we will never choose backwards compability (e.g. for IE 6) over a secure up-to-date configuration.