There is a combination of default ciphers and ciphers set by then nss3ciphers attribute which determines the enabled ciphers. It is possible to log the enabled ciphers after startup, but it would be nice to get then in a search for the "cn=encryption,cn=config" entry. The list of available ciphers is already returned by default as: nsSSLSupportedCiphers
git patch file (master)
git patch file (master) -- CI test: added test cases for ticket 47880
Reviewed by Mark (Thank you!!)
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git patch file (1.2.11) -- Back-ported commit c675243
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