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Google and Mozilla decide to ban Chinese certificate authority CNNIC from Chrome and Firefox

Google and Mozilla have announced that their browsers will stop trusting all digital certificates issued by the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), China’s main digital certificate auth... read more

Google Exiles A Chinese Certificate Authority From The Web

Google is taking the unusual step of updating Chrome ... or CNNIC, comes after the Chinese company allowed an Egyptian firm to issue fake certificates for Google domains. Mozilla subsequently followed ... read more

Google Chrome will banish Chinese certificate authority for breach of trust [Updated]

Google's ... from a different certificate authority, Google will wait an unspecified period of time before implementing the change. Once that grace period ends, Google and Mozilla will blacklist CNNIC ... read more

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