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Official List of Trusted Root Certificates on Android

Similar to other platforms like Windows and macOS, Android maintains a system root store that is used to determine if a certificate issued by a particular Certificate Authority (CA) is trusted. As a developer, you may want to know what certificates are trusted on Android for compatibility, testing, and device security. Google maintains a list […]

Getting Ahead of Chrome 70 Distrust of Symantec-Issued Certificates

Today marks the planned release of Google Chrome 66 stable version and the culmination of the first major distrust event for Symantec root certificates in the world’s most used web browser. With the Chrome 66 stable release, Symantec, Thawte, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL certificates issued before June 1, 2016, and still in use will be greeted […]

Android P Will Default to HTTPS Connections for All Apps

The next version of Android will default to blocking HTTP traffic in apps by default. In a blog post, Dave Burke, Android’s VP of Engineering said this is the latest step in a “larger effort to move all network traffic away from cleartext (unencrypted HTTP) to TLS… you’ll now need to make connections over TLS, […]

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