Sigh. Why are you on such a tear?
The screenshot is from my favorite version of Opera, 10 Preview which I downloaded in Aug 2009. It has no Unite. TLS 1.1 is checked. I've had it checked ever since it first appeared in an Opera version long before Beast attack last year.
You'll note from the screenshot that as far back as August 2009, Opera did not have SSL 2. I caught you out on that so I guess you are trying to get folks to forget that by going on about my being "funny". I believe the description fits you better.
"Panic over Crime"? Where in the world did you get that idea? I am concerned about SPDY because of the possible implications for Proxo and the fact that on Sea Monkey the Fx extension won't install so I can't monitor SPDY usage. My other browsers don't use SPDY. How does this translate to "panic over crime'? Geez...you need to stop posting so much as you appear to be getting things all mixed up.
Stop putting words in my mouth. I never said Opera was a guinea pig. Go back and read what I said. I asked if Opera should be expected to START ACTING LIKE A GUINEA PIG by DEFAULTING to TLS 1.2. I pointed out the EXCELLENT reasons a highly respected security developer gave for why Opera defaults to TLS 1.0. YOU want Opera to be a guinea pig because you fault it for not defaulting to TLS 1.2. I do NOT want Opera to be a guinea pig and it is NOT one.--
When governments fear people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. Thomas Jefferson