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Get-TlsCipherSuite

Gets the list of cipher suites for TLS for a computer.
Get-TlsCipherSuite [[-Name] <String>] [<CommonParameters>]

The Get-TlsCipherSuite cmdlet gets the ordered list of cipher suites for a computer that Transport Layer Security (TLS) can use.

For more information about the TLS cipher suites, see the documentation for the Enable-TlsCipherSuite cmdlet or type Get-Help Enable-TlsCipherSuite.

Parameters

-Name [<String>]

Specifies the name of the TLS cipher suite to get. The cmdlet gets cipher suites that match the string that this cmdlet specifies, so you can specify a partial name.

<CommonParameters>

This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug,ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable,OutBuffer, PipelineVariable, and OutVariable.

Examples
  1. Get all cipher suites:
    PS C:\> Get-TlsCipherSuite
    KeyType               : 0
    Certificate           : RSA
    MaximumExchangeLength : 65536
    MinimumExchangeLength : 0
    Exchange              : ECDH
    HashLength            : 0
    Hash                  : CipherBlockLength     : 16
    CipherLength          : 256
    BaseCipherSuite       : 49200
    CipherSuite           : 49200
    Cipher                : AES
    Name                  : TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
    Protocols             : {771}
    
       KeyType               : 0
       Certificate           : RSA
       MaximumExchangeLength : 65536
       MinimumExchangeLength : 0
       Exchange              : ECDH
       HashLength            : 0
       Hash                  : 
       CipherBlockLength     : 16
       CipherLength          : 128
       BaseCipherSuite       : 49199
       CipherSuite           : 49199
       Cipher                : AES
       Name                  : TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
       Protocols             : {771}

    This command gets all TLS cipher suites for the computer.

  2. Get the cipher suites that match a string:
    PS C:\> Get-TlsCipherSuite -Name "SSL"
    KeyType               : 0
    Certificate           : RSA
    MaximumExchangeLength : 16384
    MinimumExchangeLength : 512
    Exchange              : RSA
    HashLength            : 128
    Hash                  : MD5
    CipherBlockLength     : 1
    CipherLength          : 128
    BaseCipherSuite       : 65664
    CipherSuite           : 65664
    Cipher                : RC4
    Name                  : SSL_CK_RC4_128_WITH_MD5
    Protocols             : {2}
    
       KeyType               : 0
       Certificate           : 
       MaximumExchangeLength : 0
       MinimumExchangeLength : 0
       Exchange              : 
       HashLength            : 0
       Hash                  : 
       CipherBlockLength     : 0
       CipherLength          : 0
       BaseCipherSuite       : 0
       CipherSuite           : 0
       Cipher                : 
       Name                  : SSL_CK_DES_192_EDE3_CBC_WITH_MD5
       Protocols             : {}

    This command gets all the cipher suites that have names that contain the string SSL.

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