One of the giveaway requirements is sharing the video, so here we are! This would be an awesome daily driver around town.
SSLv3 is older than my daughter, but is still supported by all major browsers. The latest crypto bug is a MITM (man in the middle) attack that could allow anyone with a network device (WiFi router) sitting between browser users and the destination SSLv3 server (https “secure” bank site, for instance) to snoop on the connection in plain text.
Following Apple’s SSL patch (in which they said to switch to TLS), GNUTLS patched a similar bypass of certificate checking..