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Announce - SSL Audit (alpha) [G-SEC Ltd.]
From: Thierry Zoller <Thierry () Zoller lu>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 16:56:56 +0100
Developed as part of G-SEC's investigation for the
"Secure SSL/TLS configuration Report 2010" (to be published)
we developed this little tool called SSL Audit.
It is in alpha stage and thought it has a little interesting
gimmick, don't expect too much.
It implements it's own tiny SSL parsing engine and does not rely on
OpenSSL or any other SSL Engine - This implies that it can detect
ciphers suites not supported by OpenSSL and others.
Apart from scanning available ciphersuites it has an interesting tidbit
The Fingerprint mode (Experimental). Included is an experimental
fingerprint engine that tries to determine the SSL Engine used server
side. It does so by sending normal and malformed SSL packets that can
be interpreted in different ways.
SSL Audit is able to fingerprint :
· IIS7.5 (Schannel)
· IIS7.0 (Schannel)
· IIS 6.0 (Schannel)
· Apache (Openssl)
· Apache (NSS)
· RSA BSAFE
Blog Post :
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
Hosted and sponsored by Secunia - http://secunia.com/
- Announce - SSL Audit (alpha) [G-SEC Ltd.] Thierry Zoller (Feb 10)