As a security improvement against the POODLE attack, this update disables SSLv3 support in the CUPS web interface.
For legacy environments where SSLv3 support is still required, it can be re-enabled by adding "SSLOptions AllowSSL3" to /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.
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