Google’s announced another expansion to the security information offered in its transparency projects: it’s now going to track certificates you might not want to trust. Certificate Authorities (CAs) that your browser (or smartphone) trusts have a suitable entry in “settings”, but if a site presents a certificate from an unknown source, the user is prompted about what to do. Since users too often click through those warnings, Google’s decided that a list of untrusted CAs might be useful to developers and sysadmins.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register