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Mozilla has launched Firefox 77, it's not a big update but for those in the UK it brings Pocket recommendations to the new tab page. Another noteworthy change is the new page for viewing certificates.
Some Let's Encrypt users have to renew their certificates after a CAA rechecking bug was discovered. Let's Encrypt will start revoking affected certificates beginning 00:00 UTC March 4.
Mozilla has released Firefox 66.0.4 which mitigates many, but not all, of the problems surrounding user extensions being remotely disabled. It launched the update now to limit business disruption.
Documentation for the Apple T2 Security Chip, a component found in the new Mac Mini among other devices, reveals that Linux will not be able to be installed due to certificate incompatibility.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will stop trusting certificates issued by Chinese Certificate Authorities WoSign and StartCom, which have failed to maintain proper security standards.
Let's Encrypt has announced that wildcards will be introduced from January 2018. The announcement was made this early because it needs to raise money in the summer fundraiser to pay for development.
Let's Encrypt has passed yet another milestone in under five months since it launched. The project has now issued 10 million certificates in total, with about 5.3 million of them still unexpired.
The Let's Encrypt project reports that it has now issued over 5 million certificates. The Let's Encrypt project wants site owners to be able to deploy HTTPS more easily, for a secure internet.
Trend Micro has detected a malvertising campaign against web users in Japan. It turns out that the ads were using a certificate issued by Let's Encrypt. The ads led to sites which would infect PCs.
DigiNotar, the Dutch certificate authority, was hacked recently, generating fake security certificates for hundreds of websites. Adobe has a solution: Patch DigiNotar out.
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