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9.3 Invoking gnutls-cli-debug

TLS debug client. It sets up multiple TLS connections to a server and queries its capabilities. It was created to assist in debugging GnuTLS, but it might be useful to extract a TLS server’s capabilities. It connects to a TLS server, performs tests and print the server’s capabilities. If called with the ‘-v’ parameter more checks will be performed. Can be used to check for servers with special needs or bugs.

This section was generated by AutoGen, using the agtexi-cmd template and the option descriptions for the gnutls-cli-debug program. This software is released under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later.

gnutls-cli-debug usage (-h)

This is the automatically generated usage text for gnutls-cli-debug:

gnutls-cli-debug - GnuTLS debug client - Ver. @VERSION@
USAGE:  gnutls-cli-debug [ -<flag> [<val>] | --<name>[{=| }<val>] ]... 

   -d, --debug=num            Enable debugging.
                                - It must be in the range:
                                  0 to 9999
   -V, --verbose              More verbose output
                                - may appear multiple times
   -p, --port=num             The port to connect to
                                - It must be in the range:
                                  0 to 65536
   -v, --version[=arg]        Output version information and exit
   -h, --help                 Display extended usage information and exit
   -!, --more-help            Extended usage information passed thru pager

Options are specified by doubled hyphens and their name or by a single
hyphen and the flag character.
Operands and options may be intermixed.  They will be reordered.



TLS debug client. It sets up multiple TLS connections to a server
and queries its capabilities. It was created to assist in debugging
GnuTLS, but it might be useful to extract a TLS server's capabilities.
It connects to a TLS server, performs tests and print the server's
capabilities. If called with the `-v' parameter more checks will be
performed.  Can be used to check for servers with special needs or bugs.

please send bug reports to:  bug-gnutls@gnu.org

debug option (-d)

This is the “enable debugging.” option. Specifies the debug level.

port option (-p)

This is the “the port to connect to” option.

verbose option (-V)

This is the “more verbose output” option.

This option has some usage constraints. It:

gnutls-cli-debug exit status

One of the following exit values will be returned:

0

Successful program execution.

1

The operation failed or the command syntax was not valid.

gnutls-cli-debug See Also

gnutls-cli(1), gnutls-serv(1)

gnutls-cli-debug Examples

$ ../src/gnutls-cli-debug localhost
Resolving 'localhost'...
Connecting to '127.0.0.1:443'...
Checking for SSL 3.0 support... yes
Checking whether %COMPAT is required... no
Checking for TLS 1.0 support... yes
Checking for TLS 1.1 support... no
Checking fallback from TLS 1.1 to... TLS 1.0
Checking for TLS 1.2 support... no
Checking whether we need to disable TLS 1.0... N/A
Checking for Safe renegotiation support... yes
Checking for Safe renegotiation support (SCSV)... yes
Checking for HTTPS server name... not checked
Checking for version rollback bug in RSA PMS... no
Checking for version rollback bug in Client Hello... no
Checking whether the server ignores the RSA PMS version... no
Checking whether the server can accept Hello Extensions... yes
Checking whether the server can accept small records (512 bytes)... yes
Checking whether the server can accept cipher suites not in SSL 3.0 spec... yes
Checking whether the server can accept a bogus TLS record version in the client hello... yes
Checking for certificate information... N/A
Checking for trusted CAs... N/A
Checking whether the server understands TLS closure alerts... partially
Checking whether the server supports session resumption... yes
Checking for export-grade ciphersuite support... no
Checking RSA-export ciphersuite info... N/A
Checking for anonymous authentication support... no
Checking anonymous Diffie-Hellman group info... N/A
Checking for ephemeral Diffie-Hellman support... no
Checking ephemeral Diffie-Hellman group info... N/A
Checking for ephemeral EC Diffie-Hellman support... yes
Checking ephemeral EC Diffie-Hellman group info...
 Curve SECP256R1 
Checking for AES-GCM cipher support... no
Checking for AES-CBC cipher support... yes
Checking for CAMELLIA cipher support... no
Checking for 3DES-CBC cipher support... yes
Checking for ARCFOUR 128 cipher support... yes
Checking for ARCFOUR 40 cipher support... no
Checking for MD5 MAC support... yes
Checking for SHA1 MAC support... yes
Checking for SHA256 MAC support... no
Checking for ZLIB compression support... no
Checking for max record size... no
Checking for OpenPGP authentication support... no

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