Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Safari introduces more stringent HTTPS rules

Apple has unveiled a new policy, which will go into effect later this year, that will prevent its Safari browser from accepting new HTTPS certificates that expire more than 13 months after their creation date.

As a result of the new policy, any website using long-life SSL/TLS certificates issued after the cut-off point will lead to privacy errors being displayed in the iPhone maker’s browser.


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