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List of browsers that support 128-bit and 256-bit encryption

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Modern browsers are able to support any cipher that has not been deemed insecure. Below is a list of browsers which support AES 128-bit and 256-bit encryption:
 

Web Browser Operating System Ciphers
Internet Explorer 11+ Windows 7+ AES 256-bit
Internet Explorer 10 Windows 7+ AES 256-bit
Internet Explorer 9 Windows Vista, 2008, Windows 7 AES-256-bit
Internet Explorer 9 Windows XP RC4-128-bit
Internet Explorer 8 Windows 2008 AES-256-bit
Internet Explorer 8 Windows Vista AES-256-bit
Internet Explorer 8 Windows XP RC4-128-bit
Internet Explorer 7 Windows Vista AES-128-bit
Internet Explorer 7 Windows XP RC4-128-bit
Interrnet Explorer 6 Windows XP & 2003 RC4-128-bit
Firefox 8+ Windows XP/7+ Mac OSX AES 256-bit
Firefox 4 Windows XP, Vista, 2008, Win 7 AES-256-bit
Firefox 3.6 Windows XP, Vista & Windows 2007 AES-256-bit
Firefox 3.01 Mac OSX 10.5.x AES-256-bit
Safari 8+ Windows Vista/7, Mac OSX AES 256-bit
Safari v3.2.1 Windows XP RC4-128-bit
Safari v3.2.1 Windows Vista AES-128-bit
Safari v3.2.1 Mac OSX 10.5.x AES-128-bit
Safari iOS 8+ AES-256-bit
Chrome 40+ Windows 7, Mac OSX AES 256-bit
Chrome v1.0.154.43 Windows XP RC4-128-bit
Chrome v1.0.154.43 Windows Vista AES-128-bit
Opera v9.62 Windows XP AES-256-bit
Opera v9.62 Windows Vista AES-256-bit
Android Browser Android 4.4.2+ AES 256-bit

 

Below are links to get up to date information from browser vendors.

 

Mozilla Firefox:  https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS

 

Google Chrome:  https://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-security/education/tls#TOC-Cipher-Suites

 

Microsoft Internet Explorer:  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa380512(v=vs.85).aspx