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Trusted CA certificates are validated by a third party, called Certificate Authority. In a cryptographic sense, CAs are a trusted third party (TTP) validation authority in a public-key infrastructure (PKI): The primary role of the CA is to digitally sign and publish the public key bound to a given user. This is done using the CA's own private key, so ...
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