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TLS/SSL Vulnerabilities

“Which SSL ciphers should I disable?”

A client recently gave me a list of their supported ciphers and asked me which SSL ciphers they should disable – effectively looking for the most secure SSL ciphers they can use. Instead of the fast answer of “disable the insecure¬†ones”, I thought I’d try and write up something useful.

So here’s a handy reference guide I’m working on. This has been time consuming to develop and no doubt will be added to over time. This isn’t intended to be read from start-to-finish, but is more of a handy SSL/TLS issue cheat-sheet.

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