Episode 786 – The Big Firms Are Agreeing To Limit TLS Certificate Lifespans To 1 Year

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Mozilla, Apple, and Google are agreeing to limit TLC certificate lifespans through their browsers to 1 year, 398 days. This episode talks about why this is a security move but also why there is push back on this from IT teams.

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