Determining Which Ciphers Are Being Used
To view the ciphers used when a user last connected, type Manage users in the search box at the top of each page and click on the matching result. Edit the desired user and click on the Other connections tab. At the bottom of the screen it will show the ciphers used when they last connected.
You can use the Files.com Command Line App (CLI) to generate a CSV report of your users that are connecting with insecure ciphers.
You will need the latest version of both the Files.com CLI and Powershell to run the script that generates the report on Windows.
Run the following from Powershell:
files-cli users list --fields username,last_login_at,last_protocol_cipher --format csv | Select-String -CaseSensitive -Pattern "TLSv1;|TLSv1.1;|nistp521|nistp384|nistp256|exchange-sha1|group1|arcfour|-cbc|hmac-md5|sha1-96" > users.csv
Run the following from a terminal:
files-cli users list --fields username,last_login_at,last_protocol_cipher --format csv | grep "TLSv1;\|TLSv1.1;\|nistp521\|nistp384\|nistp256\|exchange-sha1\|group1\|arcfour\|-cbc\|hmac-md5\|sha1-96" > users.csv
The generated users.csv file will list the usernames of users connecting with insecure ciphers, including the ciphers they used and when they last logged in.
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