these are the fruits of the development in SSL Ciphers in Android Gingerbread. You can find the technical details there.
All Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROMs have outdated encryption algorithms for ssl communication in their stock browser and browsers like Dolphin, NakedBrowser or BeaverBrowser. They also lack support for TLS server name indication (SNI). That is unfortunate for virtual https-servers. Stock 407 and DSC share that problem.
You can check the encryption your browser at dcsec or ssl Labs. The SNI extention can be checked at velox. You will get a result like in the first attached picture.
Attached are the update.zip-files for DSC and DSC-PDroid (not tested) that will update the encryption algorithms on your streak. They are even stronger than in Android 4.4. KitKat.
You can deploy the updates with a custom recovery like Streakmod or Clockword Mod (not tested)
Look into the 2nd and 3rd attached picture for that.
If you have an other ROM, please point me to your files /system/framework/core.jar and /system/framework/framework.jar and I will see, wether I can port this update to your Gingerbread ROM, too.
edit Added PCM7 (from PCM7_Streak_JB_Patch) openssl update, dscpdroid-update is confirmed working