My PCI compliance security scan said that I need to stop using the RC4 ciphers with SSL/TLS. They suggested that I use the CBC ciphers. How do I change them?
FAQ - Open Source OpenSSL is a library that provides cryptographic functionality to applications such as secure web servers. Be sure to read the documentation of the application you want to use. The INSTALL file explains how to install this library. OpenSSL includes a command line utility that can be used to perform a variety of cryptographic functions. OpenSSL Commands Cheat Sheet: The Most Useful Commands OpenSSL Command to Generate Private Key openssl genrsa -out yourdomain.key 2048 OpenSSL Command to Check your Private Key openssl rsa -in privateKey.key -check OpenSSL Command to Generate CSR. If you have generated Private Key: openssl req -new -key yourdomain.key -out yourdomain.csr. Once you execute this command, you’ll be asked additional
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Check your OpenSSL version. It’s imperative to know what OpenSSL version you have as it determines which cryptographic algorithms and protocols you can use. The latest OpenSSL release at the time of writing this article is 1.1.1. It’s the first version to support the TLS 1.3 protocol. Previous releases still receiving support are 1.0.2 and FAQ - Open Source
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Download for OpenSSL for Windows 7 Enterprise 64x