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I visited my bank's web banking site and clicked on the Green Lock in the address bar of my Google Chrome browser out of curiosity.
Under the "Connections" tab Chrome spits out this disturbing warning.
"Your connection to netbanking.mybankname.com is encrypted with obsolete cryptography. The connection used TLS 1.2. The connection is encrypted using 3DES_EDE_CBC with SHA1 for message authentication and RSA as the key exchange mechanism"
How worrying is this? Is there anything I can do at the client end to mitigate my risks?
Is emailing my bank about this a reasonable course of action? Or is Google being over-sensitive?