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Certificates and "authorities"

Certificates and "authorities"

Posted Sep 8, 2011 20:36 UTC (Thu) by dashesy (guest, #74652)
In reply to: Certificates and "authorities" by etienne
Parent article: Certificates and "authorities"

The very first thing I ask all my folks in Iran to do, is to delete internet explorer short-cuts (it is hard to un-install completely as being part of the OS).
I used to ask them to install firefox and keep it updated; after this incident and the clear advantage of built-in certificate pinning I changed my suggestion to use Chrome instead.
I am sure however, that the ratio of users using Linux over Xp/7 is the same as everywhere else, so maybe it is time to tell everyone about Linux :)


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Certificates and "authorities"

Posted Sep 9, 2011 18:18 UTC (Fri) by rickmoen (subscriber, #6943) [Link]

So, instead of recommending the leading open source Web browser, you're recommending a proprietary one issued by the company that recently bought DoubleClick for US $3.1B?

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Certificates and "authorities"

Posted Sep 9, 2011 18:41 UTC (Fri) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

Chromium, then. It has pinned certificates too.


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