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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 ... read more
Google bans Chinese websites, cites security breach
BEIJING, April 2 (UPI) --Google's tense relationship with Chinese authorities took another turn when the search engine announced its web browser and other applications will not recognize security ... 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
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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 ... security changes and updates). It likely wants to give affected website ... read more
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
Google drops support for Chinese internet security certificates after trust breach
Search giant Google will no longer recognise security certificates issued by the official China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) following what experts called a "major breach of public ... ... 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 ... read more
Mozilla slaps ban on China's WoSign: Firefox drops trust for certs over 'deception'
Firefox-maker Mozilla announced on Tuesday it will ban newly-issued digital certificates from WoSign and StartCom, an Israel-based certificate authority ... CT program. Google now expects all publicly ... read more
Google Inc. vs. China: Here We Go Again!
HTTPS certificates ensure that a domain actually belongs to the company it's registered to. Since CNNIC handles HTTPS certificates for all web users in China ... after it addresses security issues ... read more
Hackers stole Google SSL certificate, Dutch firm admits
DigiNotar, a Dutch certificate authority (CA) that was acquired earlier this year by Chicago-based Vasco, said it was unaware of the breach ... including Google.com," the company said in a statement ... read more
Mozilla to China's WoSign: We'll kill Firefox trust in you after mis-issued GitHub certs
Mozilla's proposed ban ... security risk because an attacker could have used that certificate to impersonate GitHub's website and spy on users' communications. This failure occurred after Dutch CA ... read more