Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Oct 2005 09:00 UTC
Internet Explorer Microsoft plans to discontinue the use of the SSLv2 (Secure Socket Layer) protocol in the coming Internet Explorer browser refresh. In its place, he company will fit the stronger TLSv1 (Transport Layer Security) protocol into IE 7 as part of an overall plan to improve the security and user experience for HTTPS connections.
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RE[6]: What about CCS
by Meanwhile on Tue 25th Oct 2005 17:21 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: What about CCS"
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"The end user doesn't care as long as he doesn't know. Of course it's a different issue for developers,[...]"

Browsers are used by both end users and developers.

"[...] but no browser does atm. support CSS2 properly."

Now your circular logic is back at square one, i.e. where the two types of non-proper CSS2 support were distinguished.

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