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If we revoke this Cipher on a web server, will any browsers get broken?

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Russ Suter earned 500 total points
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Short answer, yes.

Slightly longer answer, every modern browser supports TLS 1.1 and 1.2 so the only problem you'll have is with people using older versions of browsers. There are some people out there still running Windows XP with IE 7 believe it or not. They might have some trouble.

Bottom line, don't compromise your security because someone else out in the world didn't bother to update his/her system. Lock it down and deal with the repercussions (if any) as they arise.
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Thanks.  I thought that was the answer, I was having a senior moment though. LOL
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