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For fun I rant at namsral.com, for work I develop web and mobile applications at setch.net.


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accepted Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates
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comment Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates
@bmike The site I listed indeed doens't depend on the faked ".google.com" certicates but they did came from the same company, the company which also got hacked at least twice.
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comment Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates
When setting the certificate to "Never Trust" i get the expected result from both Safari as Chrome. They both throws a warning.
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comment Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates
@bmike It appears Chrome does use the Keychain to manage its certificates because Keychain is launched when choosing "Manage certficates" from the Preferences menu option.
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comment Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates
True, but because the “Staat der Nederlanden root CA" was issued by the same company, DigiNotar, I decided to revoke it as well.
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