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I have this security issue on Windows 2008, do you know how to resolve it?

SSL 63-bit Block Size Ciper Suite Supported


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This is due to an attack stated in https://sweet32.info

Configure cipher to use AES 128 and above or 3DES 168/168 instead. The weaker block cipher exist in 3DES and Blowfish e.g. support 64 bits block cipher. You can try iiscrypto tool. https://www.nartac.com/Blog/post/2013/04/19/IIS-Crypto-Explained.aspx

MS schannel control which cipher is supported which the tool above is like GUI to change it.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/245030
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As per advice given.
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