sslscan man page

sslscan — Fast SSL/TLS scanner

Synopsis

sslscan [options] [host:port | host]

Description

This manual page documents briefly the sslscan command

sslscan queries SSL/TLS services, such as HTTPS, in order to determine the ciphers that are supported.
SSLScan is designed to be easy, lean and fast. The output includes preferred ciphers of the SSL/TLS service,
the certificate and output is in text and XML formats. It is TLS SNI aware when used with a supported version of OpenSSL.

Options

--help
Show summary of options.
--version
Show version of program.
--targets=<file>
A file containing a list of hosts to check. Hosts can be supplied with ports (i.e. host:port). One target per line.
--no-failed
List only accepted ciphers (default is to listing all ciphers).
--ssl2
Only check SSLv2 ciphers.
--ssl3
Only check SSLv3 ciphers.
--tls1
Only check TLSv1 ciphers.
--tls11
Only check TLSv11 ciphers.
--tls12
Only check TLSv12 ciphers.
--pk=<file>
A file containing the private key or a PKCS#12 file containing a private key/certificate pair (as produced by MSIE and Netscape).
--pkpass=<password>
The password for the private key or PKCS#12 file.
--certs=<file>
A file containing PEM/ASN1 formatted client certificates.
--renegotiation
Attempt TLS renegotiation
--starttls-ftp
STARTTLS setup for FTP
--starttls-imap
STARTTLS setup for IMAP
--starttls-pop3
STARTTLS setup for POP3
--starttls-smtp
STARTTLS setup for SMTP
--starttls-xmpp
STARTTLS setup for XMPP
--html
Makes a HTML request after a successful connection and returns the server response code.
--bugs
Enables workarounds for SSL bugs.
--xml=<file>
Output results to an XML file.

Author

sslscan was originally written by Ian Ventura-Whiting <fizz@titania.co.uk>. sslscan was extended by Jacob Appelbaum <jacob@appelbaum.net>.
This manual page was originally written by Marvin Stark <marv@der-marv.de>.

Info

May 19, 2009