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Google Bans China’s Website Certificate Authority After Security Breach

Google has announced that its web browser Chrome and other products will no longer recognize security certificates issued by the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), the government agenc... read more

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

Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox browsers will stop trusting all new digital certificates issued by the China Internet ... To give affected website operators time to obtain new credentials from a ... read more

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 ... security changes and updates). It likely wants to give affected website operat... read more

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China blasts Google security move as 'unacceptable'

The reprimand from the China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) came after Google said the agency was implicated in an online security ... breach" of the Internet certificate authority system ... read more


UPDATE: Google, Mozilla revoke authority of CNNIC after breach of trust

San Francisco, April 2, 2015--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes Google's plan to revoke the authority of root certificates belonging to China Internet Network ... major breach of the trust ... read more

The Cybersecurity 202: Foreign adversaries will 'continue to push misinformation' after Election Day, official says

Foreign adversaries will “continue to push misinformation” even after ... ban, without public explanation, vendors that pose cybersecurity risks to the federal supply chain would be “a useful authorit... read more

Firefox ready to block certificate authority that threatened Web security

The organization that develops Firefox has recommended the browser block digital credentials issued by a China-based certificate authority ... Google and Mozilla permanently banished DigiNotar from Ch... read more

How a 2011 Hack You’ve Never Heard of Changed the Internet’s Infrastructure

Two days later, Google responded ... earlier this month by the Certificate Authority Security Council. But even as announcements like those suggest that we’re moving, gradually, in the right direction ... read more

New Zealand spying on Pacific Island nations and Indonesia, Snowden documents reveal

The papers, leaked by former US National Security Authority (NSA ... The New Zealand Herald newspaper collaborated with US-based website The Intercept to report on the Snowden documents. Investigative ... read more

The Motherboard e-Glossary of Cyber Terms and Hacking Lingo

The dark web is made up of sites that are not indexed by Google and are only accessible ... for developing information security standards for use by the federal government, and therefore it's often ci... read more

Google to drop China’s CNNIC Root Certificate Authority after trust breach

Last month, a Chinese certificate authority issued valid security certificates for a number of domains, including Google’s, without their permission, which resulted in a major trust breach in the ... ... read more

Cryptocurrency This Week: UPSC Website Hacked For Cryptojacking, Google Bans Bitcoin Ads And More

Google To Ban Cryptocurrency-Related Ads Including ICOs After ... Website For Cryptojacking Some anonymous hackers are now using in-browser crypto-jacking on India’s leading public services commission ... read more



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