On Tue, Mar 04, 2008 at 11:34:50AM -0600, Yolanda Craven wrote:

> I'm new to using openssl and I need to change the cipher that is currently being used. I'm using a product called ssl_proxy that doesn't have a config file for changing/limiting any of these attributes. The current cipher is aes-256 and I need to change it to something stronger with a key length of least 128 bits. Can someone tell me how I can accomplish this?
>


AES-256 is one of the strongest ciphers available with OpenSSL. It is
the highest priority cipher in the default cipher list. The key length
is 256 bits, which is "at least 128".

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