This server uses the RC4 cipher algorithm which is not secure. Disable the RC4 cipher suite and update the server software to support the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cipher algorithm. Contact your web server vendor for assistance.
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the installation of a cert (whats is right by yours) has nothing to do with the safety of cipher. i wouldn't trust any informations on any SSL Website which is operated by an private person (see sslhopper).
Well, Digicert is a trusted source for my opinion, sslshopper not, you are right.
I will check the RC4 cipher and BEAST thingy but generally i don't think that this is actually the problem in this current issue.
The RC4 cipher looks only like a "too much" supported cipher in my config.
So, i researched a while for the RC4 vulnerability thingy.
It is actually nothing to worry about, it's just a older algorithm with "not so good" security as the newer.
The problem is the nobody actually should deactivate that because it blocks many users that uses some older browsers or OS.
When you check facebook.com it has exactly the same problems as the getbblog.com cert.
Also when i check my favorite e-banking site, it's the same there.
So, RC4 is currently a must have to non-block some older OS or browsers.
This means that this cannot be the reason for the problem in the current topic.
Our SSL cert is as good as every other Domain Based cert.