Microsoft brings an end for RC4 cipher support in Microsoft Edge and IE11

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  1. Once upon a time RC4 was okay, then slipped down, then became popular with banks as it was resistant to the BEAST attack a few years ago; many browsers/apps now sport AES 128 or at least TLS 1.2, so any lagging webmasters should conform sites to public’s best interests. Nice story, cheers!

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