Fresh install of Ubuntu here and trying to use the SSLScan tool, only to find out that I get these error:
OpenSSL version does not support SSLv2 SSLv2 ciphers will not be detected OpenSSL version does not support SSLv3 SSLv3 ciphers will not be detected Testing SSL server xyzx on port 443 TLS renegotiation: Session renegotiation not supported TLS Compression: OpenSSL version does not support compression Rebuild with zlib1g-dev package for zlib support
I found some article online on trying to re-compile OpenSSL without those flags being explicitly disabled, but I can't even get past the first few steps in some of these guides. For example, one guide recommends running
sudo apt-get build-dep openssl. I can't run that because then I get the following error:
[03.14.2017/23:47:31] user@box $ sudo apt-get build-dep openssl Reading package lists... Done E: You must put some 'source' URIs in your sources.list
Although I have many uncommented sources in my /etc/apt/sources.list file.
Any suggestions? I just want to enable SSLv2 and SSLv3, and at least enable compression too. Can I just simply re-enable all of the disabled features?