When nowadays I point my browser to https sites, the cipher that is on most occasions used is Camellia. My browsers (Chrome and Firefox) seem to prefer it, even when AES is available.
Is that not kind of dangerous? Camellia did not receive so much scrutiny as did e.g. AES, so we know actually less about its security. Would it not be much better if AES was the default? I know I can change the cipher on Firefox, but it is not obvious how to do the same in Chrome.