SSLv3 has some known vulnerabilities but it is installed with CPS by default. Most companies are disabling it and need to know what impact it might have on the product.
Applies to: All versions of Centrify Privileged Service
Question: What Potential Issues Might Arise if SSLv3 is Disabled After Installing CPS?
Answer: SSLv3 is known to be susceptible to attacks such as POODLE. CPS on Premise only requires TLSv1 and higher to work, so we can disable SSLv3 as a matter of caution by setting the below registry key to 0.