Turkish government agency spoofed Google certificate "accidentally"

Turkish government agency spoofed Google certificate "accidentally"

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New Microsoft has released a security advisory concerning a fraudulent digital certificate for all Google domains apparently created by the Turkish government. The certificate, which was created by a subsidiary Certificate Authority issued to the transportation directorate of the city government of Ankara, could have been used to intercept SSL...
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