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What I can see, is that the main difference is not about "SHA1" but about the certificate chain. See the icons. Both "SHA1" messages are locked with a green icon, but the part about about the identity of the website is different. GOOD: *.mail.live.com . Certification owned by Microsoft, verified by Symantec Class 3. According to digicert.com, no error or ...


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The CVE you provided contains a link to a tweet from Greg Linares that shows the cause of this vulnerability is a use-after-free within Internet Explorer. Use-after-free vulnerabilities happen when a program frees a chunk of memory while still holding a reference to the freed memory. Although Firefox and Chrome both have their own Javascript ...


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No. Apple does not support this. Apple's Secure Transport library does not support X.509's nameConstraints. There is a bug in Chromium's bug database about this. And it's been closed as WontFix. Developer Ryan Sleevi had this to say on Aug 25, 2014 (archived here): Chrome defers to the OS cryptographic stack for verification. It's a well-known, ...


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X-Forwarded-For header may be used to forward client's real IP in case of source NAT. But not all application use them. This header is often inserted by load-balancers or reverse-proxies, depending the architecture in place, when the application needs to know the real IP belonging to a client. When this header is inserted, the application can see 2 IPs: ...


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If you are looking to trust a root certificate (self-signed certificates are root certificates by definition) on OSX, please see the following post by Apple: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH18677?locale=en_US Are all three certificates part of a certificate chain (i.e. web server certificate (#3) chains up to sub-CA certificate (#2) that chains up to root ...


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I had the AdsMatte issue as mentioned by lot of other users. I tried reinstalling OS/Browsers, tried multiple PC with different OS (including Mac) and still it would magically come back. I realised that the problem has to be outside User Machine. I wanted to long on to my router but 192.168.1.1 would always timeout. It was very frustrating. I was sure the ...



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