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Wormly SSL Web Server Tester
What is Wormly SSL Web Server Tester?
Wormly SSL Web Server Tester is an online tool that checks a specified Website to sse if its SSL/TLS certificate is installed correctly or not. Wormly SSL Web Server Tester also does performance tests on each encryption ciphers supported by the Website.
Here is the description provided by Wormly: "Is your secure web server configured correctly? Misconfigurations can slow down your users' experience at best, and prevent them from reaching your site entirely at worst. Use this free SSL / TLS server tester to conduct a thorough analysis of your SSL web server performance."
You can follow these steps to try Wormly SSL Web Server Tester:
1. Go to https://www.wormly.com/test_ssl.
2. Enter the URL of the Website you want to check, for example, www.visa.com.
3. Click "Start SSL test" button. You will see the output with these sections:
Overall: www.visa.com - 89% Certificate Overview Valid Host Names - Matched www.visa.com, ... Expires - in one year - Valid after May 27, 2016 Trust - Trusted - The certificate was issued by GeoTrust SSL CA - G3 Security Encryption Ciphers - OK - Public Key Size - 2048 bits - Key sizes 1024 bits or larger are considered secure. Be aware that unnecessarily large key sizes will slow down the connection establishment. Secure Renegotiation - Yes - Protocols - OK - SSLv3, TLSv1 Performance HTTP Keepalive - No - Enabling HTTP Keep-Alive will allow subsequent requests to be served faster, without the need to establish a new SSL/TLS connection. SSL Session Cache - Yes - TLS Stateless Resume - Yes SSL Handshake Size - 4410 bytes - The amount of data exchanged to establish a session with this server is large. This will result in a slower initial connection. Using a certificate with fewer intermediate chains and / or a smaller public key size can reduce the amount of data. Encryption Ciphers (TLS/SSLv3) Cipher - Strength - Algo - Key - KeyEx - Handshake AES128-SHA - High - AES - 128-bit - RSA - 122ms - 4106 bytes ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA - High - AES - 128-bit - ECDH - 138ms - 4322 bytes DES-CBC3-SHA - High - 3DES - 168-bit - RSA - 117ms - 4090 bytes ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA - High - AES - 256-bit - ECDH - 112ms - 4322 bytes
The picture befow shows you Wormly SSL Web Server Tester
output on www.visa.com:
⇒ Wormly SSL Web Server Tester Failed Example
⇐ Symantec SSL/TLS Certificate Installation Checker Failed Example
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2016-10-05, 1935👍, 0💬
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