> > I'm trying to login to a secure site that only accepts browsers
> > that use 128-bit encryption. I cannot login (it gives me an error saying
> > that I must be using Netscape 6). My system configuration is Mandrake Linux
> > v8.1 and I've tried both Konqueror and Mozilla with the same results.
> > Do these browsers not support 128-bit encryption and does anyone have a
> > quick solution for me before I go off and read reams and reams of doc?
> I know Mozilla supports 128-bit encryption, but I'm not sure of Konqueror.
> You can check your browser at http://www.fortify.net
Yeah... I had already figured that out. Mozilla works fine at
and reports 128-bit encryption. Konqueror, however, barfs.
Quote:> Another thought: it may not actually be checking what your browser can
> support, but rather comparing what your browser sends in the "User-agent"
> field to a list of "approved" browsers. Squid, junkbuster and other
> utilities allow you to change the "User-agent" field to something else
> (for example IE v5,0 or Netscape v4.75) which may be enough to convince
> the remote site that you can actually use their brain-dead system.
Yep. Realized that could be a problem and had reconfigured the user
on Konqueror to report itself as IE5.5. However, it still fails to
access 128-bit encrypted sites. So I'm still stuck not being able to
The only thing I can think of now is that Konqueror doesn't have the
OpenSSL library path specified. I don't know if it needs it though,
the SSL information seems pretty complete.