[Ach] Disabling anonymous ciphers

Axel Hübl axel.huebl at web.de
Mon Jan 6 16:45:27 CET 2014

Hi Chrisitan,

Win XP is not supported due to missing "save" chiphers.
That is a little bit hidden in the documentation:

A nice redirect to an "explaination side" instead of a browser error
message would be nice ... does someone have an idea how to achieve
that, e.g. in apache?


On 06.01.2014 16:39, Christian Rishøj wrote:
> On 6 Jan 2014, at 15:23, Aaron Zauner <azet at azet.org> wrote:
>>>> This server supports anonymous (insecure) suites (see below
>>>> for details). Grade set to F.
>> [...]
>>> Did I screw up? If not, I think the guide could use either a 
>>> correction or an explanation.
>> Please use the configurations provided in the Paper on
>> bettercrypto.org
> Thanks, seeing a grade "A" from SSLLabs now.
> Actually, an old leftover configuration directive in a VirtualHost
> segment – and not the duraconf value – was probably to blame for
> the anonymous ciphers.
> On a related note, the handshake simulations as IE6/XP and IE8/XP
> are failing:
>> Protocol or cipher suite mismatch
> I should mention that I have not confirmed this using an actual IE
> 6 browser, and that SSLLabs puts this footnote on the result: "Only
> first connection attempt simulated. Browsers tend to retry with a
> lower protocol version."
> Is it known to be a non-issue?
> Thanks, Christian
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