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 prefered ciphers of the SSL service, the certificate and is in Text and XML formats.
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as redhat does not support elliptic curves in openssl, need to apply following patch to compile it on redhat systems: --- sslscan.c 2009-09-01 14:35:59.000000000 +0200 +++ sslscan-new.c 2013-09-13 10:15:51.311054350 +0200 @@ -985,6 +985,8 @@ fprintf(options->xmlOutput, " </pk>\n"); } break; +/* redhat does not support elliptic curves in openssl */ +#ifdef ENABLE_ELLIPTIC_CURVE case EVP_PKEY_EC: printf(" EC Public Key:\n"); if (options->xmlOutput != 0) @@ -996,6 +998,7 @@ fprintf(options->xmlOutput, " </pk>\n"); } break; +#endif default: printf(" Public Key: Unknown\n"); if (options->xmlOutput != 0)
on openSUSE 12.2 you have to modify the Makefile: gcc -g -Wall -lcrypto -lssl -o sslscan $(SRCS) $(LDFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) # gcc -g -Wall -lssl -o sslscan $(SRCS) $(LDFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)
I get ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64 for Mac OSX 10.7.5 with openssl 1.0.1c May 2012