Re: SGC SSL Cert on 11501 only doing 40 bit encryption
'all-ciphers' will allow all encryption mechanisms including ones that essentially allow anonymous access. If the application transmits personal or sensitive information you probably don't want that.
If the web site has "international" customers then you need to specify at least some ciphers that have the word "export" in them. If the customer base you serve is US only, the one you are using is probably OK.
PS - you don't really need a weight unless you are specifying more than one cipher and want to have one preferred over the others. For example, you might prefer a 128 bit cipher but if the client is coming from a foreign country where the 128 is not available then allow an exportable cipher - which is not as strong.
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