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"Mozilla is the latest browser maker to have announced updated policies that would reduce the lifetime of TLS (Transport Layer Security) certificates.

Currently, SSL/TLS certificates have a maximum lifespan of 825 days, but, in an attempt to ensure better protection of HTTPS connections, browser makers such as Apple, Google and Mozilla are looking into reducing that period to 398 days.

Apple was the first to make a move in this direction, by announcing earlier this year that, starting September 1, 2020, TLS server certificates should have a validity period of up to 398 days."

 
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