We’ve taken every precaution to protect Miva users from the POODLE vulnerability, and now PayPal and Authorize.net have a few things to say to the businesses reliant on SSL 3.0. The following information is for those of you that are not hosted with Miva.
On October 24th 2014, PayPal came out with a statement asking SSL 3.0 users to disable the possibly tainted Secure Sockets Layer. To help streamline the process and to protect your internet business from harm PayPal put together a comprehensive Merchant Response Guide. The guide will walk you through all the steps needed to secure your site from the security vulnerability POODLE.