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A piece of data used in public key cryptography (specifically public key infrastructures) that contains identifying information (i.e. email address or web address), a hash of a public key, and a digital signature that authenticates the data in the certificate. For questions specifically about [x509], [certificate-authority], or [public-key-infrastructure], please use those tags.

and key to dynamically issue host certificates. One major issue here is that the CA is not only installed on your computer but it is part of the software and thus the same for all computers. EFF found … mobile devices will come with the company's CAs, so you will not get any warning unless you visit a certificate-pinned site. Other than those, fake certificates for big sites like Google, Facebook or …
answered Feb 16 '15 by Archimedix