1 Reply Latest reply: Nov 24, 2009 5:13 PM by b noir
msb87 Level 1 Level 1
In most of common browsers you can check what cryptographic algorithms or security mechanisms are used (and choose them). For example in Firefox (or any other Mozilla software) there's about:config and you can find there things like these:
and so on.
Thanks to that i know which algorithms is my browser exactly using in SSL/TLS connections. If i think that for example "3DES with EC-Diffie-Hellman and SHA" isn't the most secure set of algorithms for me, i can turn it off. I'd like to know which algorithms do exactly Safari use? It's an important thing because for example FF still uses for example ARC4 algorithm which isn't highly secure.
How to check it?

Safari version: 4.0.4 (531.21.10)
Operating System: Windows XP

Best regards,

Windows XP
  • b noir Level 9 Level 9
    Hmmmm ... not a lot of info in the following document from the Safari Development Center, and it's a bit dated too, but just in case it's of any use as a starting point:

    [What encryption, authentication, and proxy technologies does Safari support?|http://developer.apple.com/safari/library/qa/qa2009/qa1537.html]