Mine was, but the fix was pretty straight forward.
- In Webmin go to Webmin -> Webmin Configuration -> SSL Encryption
- Enter the following into the Allowed SSL Ciphers field
I grabbed this string from the hardened Apache SSL config provided by the excellent Atomic Secured Linux.
- Restart webmin and you should be good to go.
You can test you were successful by following the instructions in the blog post referenced below.
Disable SSLv2 in Webmin | Noodles’ Blog.
After a bit more use/testing of these changes, it turns out this interfered with Eclipse/Trac/Mylyn when connecting to this server/repo.
I’ve just figured out to get this 100% happy, I needed to force the SSL version to 3 rather than 2 to make them happy… and of course PCI compliance tests still pass.