squid and 128 bit encryption

squid and 128 bit encryption

Post by m.. » Tue, 25 May 1999 04:00:00

Have RH6.0 linux box with 2.2.9 kernel running squid 2.2 Everything
works fine except clients are being rejected by web-sites requiring 128
bit encryption. Any ideas?

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