Quick disclaimer - Student, cryptography is a weak point.
So, can someone explain exactly how this will work?
The way I see is is that if a user is attempting to connect to a server using RC4 only and the server does not support RC4, the connection will be denied. Currently however, if the server supports RC4 in their cipher suite, the connection will be established. From what I can understand, browser releases in 2016 will no longer support RC4 only connections, right?
As a base example to build from, if a server is using TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_MD5 in 2016 when the RC4 cutoff passes, who will be affected/what browsers will be affected?