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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla have banned a root certificate being used by the Kazakhstan government to intercept and decrypt HTTPS traffic (Catalin Cimpanu/ZDNet)


Catalin Cimpanu / ZDNet:

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla have banned a root certificate being used by the Kazakhstan government to intercept and decrypt HTTPS traffic  —  This marks the second time browsers makers had to intervene and block a certificate used by the Kazakhstan government to spy on its citizens.


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