Affecting 1024-bit SSL certificates are no longer trusted

Published: | Categories: Privacy & Security

Description

The third and final phase of phasing out 1024-bit root certificates has completed with Firefox 38. As the blog post describes, if your SSL certificate has a 1024-bit key or was issued by a CA with a 1024-bit key, you have to get a new SSL certificate and update it on your Web server.

Update: Equifax Secure Certificate Authority 1024-bit root has been temporarily re-enabled due to considerable breakages.

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