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Check Client SSL Key Size

Joe Ess
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I mainatain a web app that uses BrowserHawk to check the client browser's SSL key size. If it is 40 bit, the client is advised to upgrade their browser to one which supports 128 bit. It's time to renew our BrowserHawk license and I'm wondering if we need it. Is there another way to check the client's SSL key size?


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