After Microsoft and Mozilla, Google Also Hurries to Block SHA-1 Certificates

Google has made the move that Mozilla and Microsoft have already taken for more than a month, and that’s to announce a revised cutoff date for SHA-1-signed certificates.

According to a recent blog post on the company’s security-themed blog, the company will begin showing a certificate error in Chrome starting with January 1, 2016, for all new… (read more)
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