Fortify.net is a service that displays what's the currently encryption key used by your browser in a https connection. If I browse this site with Chrome 126.96.36.1992 in WinXp SP3 the key used is
RC4 cipher, 128-bit key
This encryption is weak, and it's the one used by old browsers like IE6.
Chrome works fine on Fedora9 and it uses
AES cipher, 256-bit key
as more modern browsers do (i.e.Firefox)
I consider this a security issue. I'm considering to switch back to Firefox in Windows.
Do you know if it's possible to change the default encryption key in Chrome?