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CAcert certs aren't "invalid"

CAcert certs aren't "invalid"

Posted Nov 19, 2009 13:29 UTC (Thu) by meuh (subscriber, #22042)
In reply to: CAcert certs aren't "invalid" by dwmw2
Parent article: TLS renegotiation vulnerability

It's reported as invalid because CACert Root Certificate use MD5 signature, which is known to be broken.

Using plug-in for Firefox like SSL black List will tell you more about this : http://codefromthe70s.org/sslblacklist.aspx .


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