The following two cipher suites were reported by Qualys SSL Labs as being 112-bit:
However, all other references I can find say that they are 168-bit, which aligns with my understanding of 3DES EDE: three independent 56-bit keys.
I trust Qualys to be correct on the matter, and I presume that they have some sort of justification for classifying these suites as 112-bit rather than 168-bit, but I don't know enough about the SSL and TLS implementation of EDE to understand why.
I also have no idea why the CK_DES suite has a 192 in the name.
Are they correct? What's the deal with the discrepancies?