Google is pushing for the early removal of support for SHA-1 certificates, now deemed unsafe.
From next year, websites with new SHA-1 certificates will not be supported by Google Chrome in the interest of security. Last September, Google announced plansto slowly sunset support for the SHA-1 algorithm used within online certificates, used to validate websites.
Despite resistance from some certificate authorities (CAs), the tech giant has now joined the likes of Mozilla and Microsoft...
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