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One of our partners, JPMorgan bank is upgrading across the board to SHA2 certificates. My reading of their notice was that they expect any client that connects to their servers or any server that they connect to as a client using SFTP to support SHA2. As best I can tell, that requirement is satisfied by using SHA256 MAC ciphers. Can anyone confirm my belief that Goanywhere supports SHA2 as both a client and as a server? See attached message from JPMorgan for background.