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After TLS 1.0, there have been a number of RFCs e.g RFC 5932, RFC 6430 etc. Is there any place where one can get an exhaustive list of ciphers for each of the versions. Or at least an exhaustive list of RFCs so that I can read and get the ciphers from each of them

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The list of cipher suites for SSL/TLS is, by definition, open-ended, so you can never be sure that you got "all of them", especially since there are ranges of values "for private usage".

However, there is a registry for standard cipher suites, maintained by the IANA, there. It references all cipher suites which are defined in one RFC or another.

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Thanks for the response. The link does have a useful of ciphersuites. Is there a way to map which ciphersuite is mapped to which ssl(s) version e.g. is TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256 included in TLS 1.0 or limited to TLS1.1/TLS1.2. – Ramana Vaish Jul 31 '13 at 19:34
@RamanaVaish: Try openssl ciphers -v. That has a list of ciphers that it supports along with what version of SSL/TLS supports it. also has some information. – CoverosGene Nov 27 '13 at 14:52

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