A friend of mine, who's also an online merchant, brought to my attention that the translation portion of my website (hosted by GTranslate) is vulnerable to a Poodle attack. According to Edvard Ananyan from GTranslate, "all the up to date browsers do not use SSLv"3". I ran a test on https://www.poodletest.com/
using Internet Explorer and found out that IE is
vulnerable. The two other browsers I tested (Chrome and Firefox) are not vulnerable, according to the test results. I wonder what other users think about this and what GTranslate has to say about this issue. My request to get the problem fixed ASAP has so far been fruitless. And by the way I use the latest version of Explorer and as far as I'm concerned, my browser is up to date. For those wanting to test any server's vulnerability, this is a good starting point: https://www.whynopadlock.com
PS: I have disabled translation on my website pending a quick resolution by GTranslate. If this is going to take a long time then it's reasonable to expect them not to charge me for a service I'm not using.