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Chrome’s Plan to Distrust Symantec Certificates

Posted by Devon O’Brien, Ryan Sleevi, Andrew Whalley, Chrome Security This post is a broader announcement of plans already finalized on the blink-dev mailing list.At the end of July, the Chrome team and the PKI community converged upon a plan to reduce, and ultimately remove, trust in Symantec’s infrastructure in order to uphold users’ security and privacy when browsing the web.
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