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[Arca Noae] Adding Let's Encrypt's new root and intermediate certificates to Mozilla applications

Friday October 01, 2021  By: Arca Noae

Arca Noae has posted a new item, 'Adding Let's Encrypt's new root and intermediate certificates to Mozilla applications'

On September 30, 2021, Let's Encrypt's DST Root CA X3 cross-sign expired, leaving many web browsers to report that sites using Let's Encrypt SSL certificates were "untrusted" or "unknown."

Let's Encrypt did, in fact, implement a new root and intermediate certificates some time ago, but after the built-in certificate stores in the Mozilla applications shipped with [...]

You may view the latest post here:
https://www.arcanoae.com/adding-lets-encrypts-new-root-and-intermediate-certificates-to-mozilla-applications/


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