TLS/SSL - Sweet32 Attack

How to Test:

  • Open the Kali Linux OS.
  • Open the Terminal Emulator.
  • Use root control.
  • Select the target.
  • Give the command.

Example: “nmap -sV -p 443 -script ssl-enum-ciphers”.

  • Click enter.
  • If the target web application is vulnerable to sweet32 attack. Then the attacker will receive the response as shown in the screenshots below.


  • The Sweet32 attack is an SSL/TLS vulnerability that allows attackers to compromise HTTPS connections using 64-bit block ciphers.


  • Reconfigure the affected SSL/TLS server to disable support for obsolete 64-bit block ciphers.

Web Reference:

You’re done.

Happy Hacking!



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