Unless you’ve been living in a cave you’ll have heard (or likely to hear about soon) the drown attack. From the Red Hat site:
The following graphic should help explain the vulnerability:
In short, disable SSLv2 if you do not need it (similar to the way SSLv3 was disabled due to POODLE).
So how about those services?
- MySQL uses TLS1.0 for versions < 5.7.10
- MySQL uses a configuration TLS version when using >= 5.7.10
- MongoDB uses a configuration variable for the TLS for version when using >= 3.0.7
Please respond in the comments with any questions!