Switching from SSL to TLS for Oracle HTTP Server 11g

By default, when Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) 11g uses HTTPS for secure connections such as for Forms and Reports, SSL (Secure Socket Layer) v3.0 and TLS (Transport Layer Security) v1.0 are configured. SSL is the original protocol used for secure connections via HTTPS where TLS is the newer, more secure protocol. In recent months, a security vulnerability known as Poodle, “Paddling Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption”, was discovered to be. In summary, Poodle is a “man-in-the-middle” exploit which can allow hackers to view encrypted information. More information on Poodle can be found on Oracle’s website:

What you’ll learn in this article:

How to Remove the warnings for the Oracle Forms jar files such as frmall.jar, etc.
 Instructions for both Windows and Unix

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