This is my first time running a vulnerability scan software like OpenVas. It is really a great tool to found out about vulnerabilities in the network. I have found difficult to troubleshoot the vulnerabilities related to weak cipher suites and protocols. For example, the OpenVas reports:
2.6.2 Medium 48004/tcp
Medium (CVSS: 4.3)
NVT: SSL/TLS: SSLv3 Protocol CBC Cipher Suites Information Disclosure Vulnerability (POODLE)
This host is prone to an information disclosure vulnerability.
However, when I scan the same server with Qualys SSL Labs online test, I get:
TLS 1.3 No
TLS 1.2 Yes
TLS 1.1 Yes
TLS 1.0 Yes
SSL 3 No
SSL 2 No
For TLS 1.3 tests, we currently support draft version 18.
I remember using IISCrypto in this machine to disable obsolete protocols and cipher suites.
Can a server have cipher suites enable/disable in some ports? Can my Windows Server have SSL3 enable in port 48004, but disable on port 443?