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I am writing documentation for various products such as Google's Gmail and Microsoft's Outlook and will post them here for anyone to access. These documents are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
This is a list of the various cipher suites that have been and are
being used used by OpenSSL. I have made them
available here so that there is a quick and easy reference for everyone to use since
I couldn't find one online. All of the lists have been created with the command
openssl ciphers -v" except for version 0.9.1c where the
command used was "
ssleay ciphers -v". Most of the old
versions are only of historical interest but it can be useful to see when various ciphers
were added or removed. I will be adding new entries to the list when I can so that it
I have no connection with the OpenSSL Project and have produced this document on my own without their involvement. The OpenSSL Project has no responsibility for the accuracy of this information as I have generated these lists without their help.
SQL Cardfile is a Mozilla Firefox extension that I created to provide a simple but versatile database. Documentation is included when you install the extension but I am also making it available here if you want to read it beforehand. These documents are released under the same Mozilla Public License, version 2.0 that covers the extension.
The phpBB Group have made the phpBB 3.0 Olympus Documentation available online and have released it under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license. Unfortunately it isn't always possible or convenient to use the online documentation so I have created PDF versions of their documents and they are available for anyone to use and download under the same Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license that the phpBB Group used.
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