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Does Firefox offer 128-bit encryption? If yes, how do I get it?

Does Firefox offer 128-bit encryption? If yes, how do I get it?

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The desktop Firefox web browser has supported 128-bit on websites for ages as the Firefox Useragents used to have a U in UA to show it supported 128-bit however it was removed as of Firefox 4.0 because it was a obsolete thing to have in the UA since and no web browsers shipped with weak encryption support then.

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/viewMyClient.html

What makes you think Firefox does not support 128-bit? as Firefox supports AES-256 since 2002 when it started out as Phoenix 0.1

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williams.bert said

Does Firefox offer 128-bit encryption? If yes, how do I get it?

I'm not sure whether we answered your question. If not, what do you want to encrypt?