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Re: non-windows equivalent of SSLDigger?
From: thomas springer <tuevsec () gmx net>
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 15:08:21 +0200

offset wrote:

Anyone know of a non-windows equivalent to SSLDigger?

openssl and a shellscript named sslthing.sh should do most of the job.
get it at http://packetstorm.linuxsecurity.com/crypt/SSL/sslthing.tgz.
might need a bit of tweaking to work with cygwin, but works fine on
linux. check to see that you have IDEA-Support compiled in your
OpenSSL-Version and tweak the script to add support for NULL-Ciphers.

the onlinecheck at
is heavily inspired by this script and checks for additional information
using gnutls as well.


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