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Mozilla mulls early cutoff for SHA-1 digital certificates

Lucian Constantin | Oct. 22, 2015
The browser maker might decide to ban SHA-1 digital certificates in July 2016.

Webmasters who are concerned about the cost of replacing their certificates will soon have a free alternative. A non-profit certificate authority called Let's Encrypt will launch in November and announced Monday that it's root certificates have been cross-signed by IdenTrust and are now trusted by all major browsers.


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