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Warning: snet-sensor-mgmt (<port # removed>/tcp). The SSLv2 server offers 6 strong ciphers, but also
0 medium strength and 2 weak "export class" ciphers.
The weak/medium ciphers may be chosen by an export-grade
or badly configured client software. They only offer a
limited protection against a brute force attack
Solution: disable those ciphers and upgrade your client
software if necessary
Informational: snet-sensor-mgmt (<port # removed>/tcp) . Here is the list of available SSLv2 ciphers:
<followed by a list of 9 ciphers>
All I know would be to make sure server certs don't force "zero bit Cipher RSA/SHA" authentication (SSL 3/TLS 1), make sure client browser doesn't accept zero bit auth either and you're set. Nessusd's advice to "disable" weak ciphers would have you recompile SSL. Something I'm not willing to do (compatability reasons).
Originally posted by unSpawn All I know would be to make sure server certs don't force "zero bit Cipher RSA/SHA" authentication (SSL 3/TLS 1), make sure client browser doesn't accept zero bit auth either and you're set. Nessusd's advice to "disable" weak ciphers would have you recompile SSL. Something I'm not willing to do (compatability reasons).
In which config file of webmin would I find this option?