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'''Postfix Ciphers'''
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Another source of weak ciphers in a scan is Postfix on Port 25. Please see here for info on disabling weak ciphers for Postfix:
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[[Postfix PCI Compliance in ZCS]]

Revision as of 16:58, 15 January 2013

Weak Ciphers Appear in Vulnerability Scans


Security Vulnerability scanning software may generate a list of cipher suites you would like to deactivate. The command:

zmprov mcf +zimbraSSLExcludeCipherSuites <cipher_suite_name>

may be used to exclude these weak ciphers. However, the names of the ciphers listed in the vulnerability scan may be in OpenSSL format, and not match the name for the cipher suite that Zimbra's Jetty server uses.

See here for a list of cipher suites used by Zimbra's Java JSSE implementation:

Cipher Suites for Java 6


The following link maps the SSL or TLS cipher suite names from the relevant specification to their OpenSSL equivalents:

Cipher Suite Names Conversion

Be sure to use the SSL or TLS specification names from the above Java documentation when invoking the zimbraSSLExcludeCipherSuites parameter.

For example: zmprov mcf +zimbraSSLExcludeCipherSuites SSL_RSA_EXPORT_WITH_RC2_CBC_40_MD5

would be used if you are given the OpenSSL format "EXP-RC2-CBC-MD5" by the scanning software.


Postfix Ciphers

Another source of weak ciphers in a scan is Postfix on Port 25. Please see here for info on disabling weak ciphers for Postfix:

Postfix PCI Compliance in ZCS

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