Let's Encrypt to revoke three million digital certificates TODAY due to bug in its certificate authority code

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Bug was discovered on 29th February. The certificates will be revoked today

The Let's Encrypt project is to revoke more than three million digital certificates today after discovering a bug in its certificate authority code. Let's Encrypt is run by the Internet Security...

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