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Encryption Algorithm: SEED


Encryption algorithm SEED[307][308][309] is a block cipher[524][525][526][527] which is considered secure[156], but leading client applications do not use this algorithm. Unless your application or requirements specifically call for their use, it is generally safer to avoid cipher suites that are not adopted and supported by a critical mass of the industry.
Remove the cipher suite from the list of cipher suites supported by your server.

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Config Snippets

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OpenSSL version: 0.9.8+
ssl_ciphers …:!SEED
OpenSSL version: 0.9.8+
SSLCipherSuite …:!SEED

Affected Ciphersuites