SSL handshake environment variables
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) handshake environment variables are used to access server certificate information. When an SSL handshake is successfully completed, the SSL handshake environment variables are automatically set.
|SSL handshake environment variable||Description||Value|
|HTTPS||Indicates SSL connection||String contains either ON, for an SSL connection, or OFF, if not.|
|HTTPS_CIPHER||Contains the cipher used in the SSL handshake.||See Table 1 in SSL cipher specifications.|
|HTTPS_KEYSIZE||Indicates the size of the key.||String contains the key size of the cipher.|
|HTTPS_SECRETKEYSIZE||Indicates the strength of the key.||String contains the secret key size of the cipher.|
|SSL_PROTOCOL_VERSION||Contains the protocol version.||
String contains either SSLV2, SSLV3, TLSV1 (for TLS Version 1.0), TLSV1.1, TLSV1.2, or "TLSV1.3.
String contains SSLV2, SSLV3, TLSV1 (for TLS Version 1.0), TLSV1.1, TLSV1.2, TLSV13 (this value uses no separator between the major and minor version).