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Trust is a very crucial aspect of our daily lives when navigating the web. Currently, digital certificates are the main way of establishing server's identities in the Internet, Trust is dynamic property that can change over time and browsers should adapt very quickly to enforce the latest trust status of a "secure" server when establishing secure connections. However, most of the current revocation models have a performance impact and new mechanisms revocation models need to be adapted.
In this talk, Mohammed, will discuss the current status of SSL certificates revocation in Firefox. He will highlight the work he has done during his time at mozilla in analyzing the SSL jungle of the top million sites on the internet and building the CRLSet revocation mechanism in firefox.
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