Note that early versions of poodletest showed recent Firefox versions as _not_ vulnerable incorrectly and that has now been fixed.
There are not too difficult end user fixes for Firefox, Chrome and IE.
IE: on the Internet Options-Advanced tab untick "Use SSL 3.0" and apply
Firefox: (as mentioned above) type about:config in the URL and then find and double click security.tls.version.min and set it to 1
Chrome - slightly harder as you need to add a parameter to the command line in the shortcut you use to launch chrome. Add " --ssl-version-min=tls1" to the end of the shortcut's properties/target line after "\chrome.exe"
After all of those you should restart the browser and retest. For some reason I had to logout/in to make the chrome change work.
Its possible some websites wont work after that, though I haven't found any yet, I have noticed some authentication failures that require a retry.