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Sslscan is a command line tool used to assess the SSL/TLS security of a specific server. It performs a deep analysis of SSL/TLS protocols, cipher suites, and cryptographic vulnerabilities. This tool evaluates the server's configuration to identify any weak or outdated SSL/TLS versions or cryptographic algorithms. It also detects potential vulnerabilities like insecure renegotiation, weak cipher suites, or insecure SSL/TLS protocols. Sslscan allows users to gather information about the supported SSL/TLS versions and cipher suites, which can aid in identifying potential security risks. It is particularly useful for penetration testers, system administrators, and developers who need to ensure secure SSL/TLS configurations. Sslscan is available for various platforms, including Linux, macOS, and Windows. It can be integrated into scripts or used as a standalone tool for security assessments. The utility outputs results in a clear and readable format, providing valuable insights into SSL/TLS security weaknesses. Sslscan is an open-source tool, often used alongside other security testing tools to comprehensively evaluate server security.

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