Disable the Diffie-Hellman cipher in Windows 10

asked 2018-07-12 22:20:56 +0000

I'm trying to Decrypt SSL/TLS traffic (HTTPS and HTTP/2) in Wireshark. I've export the private key of a server certificate from an IIS server and went to Protocols -> SSL and specified the cert in the RSA key lists.

Within Windows 10 under "This PC" you can specify network locations that use URLs that appear to be a folder, similar to mapped drives. When you click on that folder for the first time after logging into your PC, you get prompted to login. I'm trying to troubleshoot performance issues with these network location so I need to decrypt the SSL/TLS traffic.

I've followed this document: http://www.joji.me/en-us/blog/walkthr...

I'm trying to disable Diffie-Hellman ciphers in Windows 10 in attempt to Decrypt SSL/TLS traffic. I've tried using a Group Policy to disable Diffie-Hellman ciphers, but they don't get disabled. Has anyone had any experience with this any or any ideas?

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