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Mele20
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reply to StuartMW

Re: Google disables SSL compression in Chrome against new attack

No, Fx 4.0.1 and Fx 10.0.7 Enterprise do NOT support this protocol.

Sea Monkey, older version 2.6.1, does NOT support this protocol. However, SM current version 2.12.1 does and has a bunch of entries in about:config.

So this protocol was added to Mozilla browsers within the last six months thereabouts. Just another reason to avoid the insanity of the current "race to death" frantic, constant updating of browsers. I don't see limitations in Fx 4, or 10, or the earlier SM, because they don't have this "feature". At least, I only have to disable in SM 2.12.1.

I haven't checked Opera 12 yet.
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StuartMW
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said by Mele20:

So this protocol was added to Mozilla browsers within the last six months thereabouts.

FF 12.0, which was released in late April 2012, included SPDY v1 support but it was disabled by default. As I recall v13.0 enabled it by default.

FF 15.0 has SPDY v1 and v2 enabled by default but v3 (supported) is disabled.

As I posted above disabling SPDY doesn't have much effect so just turn it off and be happy (or not)
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