sslscan  1.10.2
About: SSLScan queries SSL services, such as HTTPS, in order to determine the ciphers that are supported (a fork of an older sslscan).
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README.md

SSLScan

SSLScan queries SSL services, such as HTTPS, in order to determine the ciphers that are supported. SSLScan is designed to be easy, lean and fast. The output includes preferred ciphers of the SSL service, the certificate and is in Text and XML formats.

Install

Requirements:

  • OpenSSL 1.0.0 or better
  • gcc
  • make

Makefile build:

make
make install        (as root)

SSLScan can be built manually using the following command:

gcc -lssl -o sslscan sslscan.c

Usage

To scan a HTTPS service:

sslscan example.org

To display more information:

sslscan --help

History

License

Published under the GPLv3 (see LICENSE for more information)

Most of the pre-TLS protocol setup was inspired by the OpenSSL s_client.c program.

Some of the OpenSSL setup code was borrowed from The Tor Project's Tor program. Thus it is likely proper to comply with the BSD license by saying: Copyright (c) 2007-2010, The Tor Project, Inc.

Projects using SSLScan