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

Google's Chrome ... a major trust breach last week that led to the issuance of unauthorized credentials for Gmail and several other Google domains. Further Reading Google warns of unauthorized TLS ... 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

Google Yanks Trust for Chinese Digital Certificate Agency

"In this case, the presumed proxy was given the full authority of a public CA [certificate authority], which is a serious breach of the ... be marked as trusted in Chrome, through the use of a ... read more

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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

Chinese Internet authority clashes with Google over digital certificates

the U.S. company decided to drop the Chinese Internet agency as a recognized root certificate authority. However, Google signaled that this was only a temporary measure. For a limited time, the Chrome ... read more

Mozilla joins Google in banning China’s web registrar over security breach

The move comes in response to a major breach of trust ... several other Google domains. CNNIC is the body responsible for overseeing China’s web infrastructure. What this means is that both Firefox ... read more

Google Chrome Stops Accepting Certificates From 2 CAs

In a blog post Oct. 31, Google said that its Chrome browser would stop trusting any certificate issued after Oct. 21 by Chinese certificate authority WoSign and Israel ... to announce that it would no ... read more

Apple, Microsoft buck trend, refuse to block unauthorized Chinese root certificates

It’s a little surprising to see Apple and Microsoft breaking with Google and Mozilla regarding recently disclosed security flaws with the Certificate Authority CNNIC. To review: A few weeks ago, ... read more

Web credential authority rebuked for 'poor' security

Microsoft, Google ... trust in the intermediate certificates.” The public rebuke comes two months after software makers revoked the signing credentials of DigiNotar following revelations the ... read more

Google joins Mozilla and Apple in distrusting WoSign certificates

With the release of Chrome version 56, expected to happen in January 2017, certificates issued by WoSign and its recently acquired StartCom certificate authority (CA ... limitations and concerns, ... read more

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