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If the system's time and/or date of the device you are using to browse the website is miss-configured, you can see a valid certificate shown as invalid. This can happen in two possible scenarios: The system's date is before the "Not valid before" value of the public certificate. The system's date is after the "Not valid after" value of ...


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This may be available in Chrome Development Tools Network.SecurityDetails. which provides security details about the request. https://chromedevtools.github.io/devtools-protocol/tot/Network/#type-SecurityDetails


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I think Browser Extensions have risks associated with them that are documented in other places. From what I understand, the question is specifically about this API that Browser Extensions may use. If I understand the question correctly, it is not that they deny access to these headers, it is a question of why. With those things in mind, let's skip over ...


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