[Ach] FYI: official cipher list
azet at azet.org
Fri Nov 8 15:39:39 CET 2013
Just added the information for all of those (except SLES 11 SP2 - i currently do not have a non-production installation that i can test gnutls on - TBD).
[master dc96137] added RHEL6, CentOS6 and SLES 11 SP1 ciphersuites
6 files changed, 357 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/GnuTLS_Ciphers_CentOS_6.3.txt
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/GnuTLS_Ciphers_RHEL_6.3.txt
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/GnuTLS_Ciphers_SLES_11_SP1.txt
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/OpenSSL_Ciphers_CentOS_6.3.txt
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/OpenSSL_Ciphers_RHEL_6.3.txt
create mode 100644 unsorted/ssl/OpenSSL_Ciphers_SLES_11_SP1.txt
On 08 Nov 2013, at 15:20, Aaron Zauner <azet at azet.org> wrote:
> Thanks for the List. I’ll add RHEL6 and CentOS6 Ciphers hopefully during the weekend. I am also able to add SLES11 SP1 and SP2 (no SP3 over here). But we do not have OpenSuSE in use.
> On 08 Nov 2013, at 15:15, Adi Kriegisch <adi at kriegisch.at> wrote:
>> While looking for hex code to cipher maps and cipher support for different
>> (browser) implementations, I came across this list:
>> And -- except for the probably more complete list at ssllabs.com -- I found
>> this ssl branch of p0f containing rudimentary information about the
>> different browser implementations:
>> https://github.com/majek/p0f/blob/ssl/p0f.fp (see "SSL client ciphers").
>> This probably brings us a step closer to automatic table generation for
>> corresponding cipher strings in our paper.
>> -- Adi
>> PS: It would be great if someone with access to RHEL, CentOS, SLES, Windows
>> & Co. could contribute supported ciphers on that platform in
>> Ach mailing list
>> Ach at lists.cert.at
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