Tuesday, July 29, 2008


Firefox 3.0 no longer uses AES256 as default-cipher for https - it's using camellia instead. I can't imagine why the mozilla-developers changed this - but a few weeks ago I updated Serversniffs SSL-scripts to support camellia and a few others (idea again, and seed) as well.


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