Pass the SSL Labs Test on Apache2 (Mitigate the CRIME and BEAST attack, Disable SSLv2 and Enable Perfect Forward Secrecy).

Posted by relst on Jul 23, 2013 6:12 AM EDT; By Remy van Elst
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This tutorial shows you how to get an A on the SSL Labs test using the Apache2 webserver. We do this by disabling CBC based chipers to mitigate the BEAST attack, disabling SSL Compression to mitigate the CRIME attack, disable SSLv2 and below because of vulnerabilities in the protocol and we will enable Perfect Forward Secrecy when possible. This way we have a future proof ssl configuration and we get an A on the Qually Labs SSL Test.

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