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Can I use Javascript to check the encryption level of the browser?

Apr 6th, 2008 18:52
ha mo, Colin Fraser, Tim Lockyear,


Yes and no. You may need to go into the Dark Side to get some esoteric
information on encryption from Microsoft themselves, This is the best
nswer I have found, and it does not even relate to IE.  
However, in Netscape, try : 
<script language="JavaScript"><!--
if (navigator.appName=="Netscape" )  {
    enc = navigator.appVersion
    if( enc.indexOf("U;")>0 || enc.indexOf("U)")>0 )
        /* This implies a US version of the browser supporting 128 bit 
         encryption so place whatever code you want here */ 
    else
        /* else it's an "I" for International version which traditionally   
           does not support 128 bit encryption  */
}
//--></script>
This is the best information I have been able to find and I ended up
looking at so many sites for that, which was not real helpful, I lost
track of where this came from.  
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