GENERAL SSL V2

Usage: GENERAL SSL V2 <on|off>

By default, SSLv2 support is disabled. You can set that to 'enable' to allow it, but you really shouldn't because having SSLv2 support enabled creates a security risk, even to clients that suppor SSLv3 and TLSv1.

Example:
/as general ssl v2 enable

A man-in-the-middle can proxy an SSL connection, changing the 'maximum version supported' field to 2, forcing the two sides to negotiate SSLv2 even though they both support SSLv3, they can then launch any of a number of known attacks against SSLv2 that are fixed in SSLv3.