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Saturday, 19 December 2020

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla unite to ban Kazakhstan's citizen-tracking certificate


The certificate reportedly allowed the Kazakhstan government to intercept and decrypt HTTPS traffic – essentially monitoring citizens' Internet usage. The government claimed that the certificates were being used as part of a cybersecurity training exercise. ZDNet explains, “The government’s explanation did, however, make zero technical sense, as certificates can’t prevent...

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