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6.1.10) The Help Information for Netscape's Enterprise server indicates that the server supports 6 ciphers for SSL 2.0 and 6 ciphers for SSL 3.0...




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This article is from the Secure Sockets Layer Discussion List FAQ, by Shannon Appel SAppel@consensus.com with numerous contributions by others.

6.1.10) The Help Information for Netscape's Enterprise server indicates that the server supports 6 ciphers for SSL 2.0 and 6 ciphers for SSL 3.0...

...However, the Encryption|Security Preferences menu in the server
Manager displays only 2 choices for SSL 2.0 and 3 choices for SSL 3.0.
How can I select the other choices?

The Enterprise server is available in two flavors, the "domestic"
flavor with 128-bit encryption for use in the USA and Canada, and the
"export" or "international" flavor with only 40-bit encryption. If
you do not have all the ciphers, then you have the export flavor of
the server. If you want to use the others, you must use the domestic
(non-export) flavor.

 

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