[Ach] FYI: nginx Ciper Suite Testergebnissse
L. Aaron Kaplan
kaplan at cert.at
Thu Nov 14 17:56:53 CET 2013
On Nov 14, 2013, at 5:53 PM, christian mock <cm at coretec.at> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 04:37:24PM +0100, Pepi Zawodsky wrote:
>>> Wenn https://maclemon.at die Testadresse
>> Looks like we're hitting a pattern.
>> 2.3.x cannot connect successfully.
>> 4.x work fine.
>> In MY test 2.2.3 could not connect, but that is likely due to MY setup! Adi suggested, that this release should be able to connect.
>> Here's a list of supported ciphers in Android 4.2.2
>> I hope to get more details on 2.3 and older releases of Android.
> As discussed yesterday, I'll fire up all available versions of android
> in the emulator over the weekend, and will generate the list of
> supported ciphers for each.
> I'll also try to get a "debugging" server coded, so that one can
> connect to it and get a nicely formatted list of the ciphersuites the
> client supports.
Ahm, what about this?
> (This is primarily because I'm a virtuous sysadmin and want to
> automate the android task, and I got as far as calling the default
> browser with a target URL, but found no way to get the damn HTML out
> of the browser. Second reason: we'll need to gather data on other
> clients too, mail, XMPP, etc)
>  a.k.a. "lazy" ;-)
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