We are disabling RC4 cipher support for SSL on New Relic’s websites, effective today,
Thursday June 4th, 2015.
Recent information and notable publications about the RC4 cipher have indicated that it is
insufficiently secure for SSL. The security community and the Internet at large have begun to
move away from utilizing the RC4 cipher. Following this emerging industry standard, we are joining this movement as part of our efforts to make New Relic experience more secure. It’s important to note that this change may affect your experience using New Relic.
Browsers that are supported by New Relic should not be impacted by this change, but if you do encounter SSL errors while using our websites, please let us know by replying to this post or filing a support ticket.