Due to a critical security vulnerability with SSL 3.0 (an 18-year-old, outdated technology), we are disabling it on the following products:
On a VPS or dedicated server not listed here? You'll need to disable SSL 3.0 support yourself (more info).
It's important to note that this change does not require any action on your part.
If your website is protected with an SSL, removing SSL 3.0 support will prevent visitors using very outdated browsers from accessing secure content on your page. This will primarily affect Windows XP visitors using Internet Explorer 6, which Microsoft completely stopped supporting as of April 8, 2014.
By removing SSL 3.0 support, we ensure websites hosted on your account remain immune against attackers trying to leverage the POODLE vulnerability. You can read more about the vulnerable component and what it means in Google's Online Security Blog.