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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.

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There are 6 requirements mentioned in RFC 2560 for an OCSP response to consider as a valid OCSP response: The certificate identified in a received response corresponds to that which was identified i …
asked Sep 2 '17 by Abraham
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As you may know, you can query chrome's HSTS/PKP sets for a domain in the page chrome://net-internals as below: As you see above, there are four SHA256 hash values (in the middle of page and in bas …
asked May 26 '18 by Abraham
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third-party software which I have installed on my Windows? What certificates I should check? Is that enough to check Trusted Root Certificate Authorities only or I need to check other directories in … above picture too? Does Google Chrome and Firefox use these Certificates to verify website's certificates or they have their own CA certificates? …
asked Feb 10 by Abraham