Safari soon won’t accept HTTPS certificates longer than 13 months
Apple announced during last week’s CA/Browser Forum that Safari will soon reject any HTTPS certificates that expire in any longer than 13 months.
The CA/Browser Forum is a voluntary consortium that began in 2005 as part of an effort among certification authorities and browser software vendors to provide greater assurance to web users about the sites they visit.
HTTPS certificates, using TLS encryption, help to ensure the sites a user visits are safe and legitimate. However, just because a site was once...