In case you haven’t disabled support for SSLv3 for Apache yet – do so now! You can easily disable SSLv3 using your Apache configuration httpd.conf using the option -SSLv3: As always, make sure to restart Apache afterwards. Note that depending on your setup you might need to set the list of supported protocols for each […]
In case you need to disable Zend View’s Renderer because you want to return custom data (JSON, XML, etc.) simply using the following lines to do so: Then you can return your response in any format you want, just don’t forget to set the content type accordingly. That’s it.