I was updating some online passwords this week when I ran across the following digital certificate error when trying to access my cable provider’s website, brighthouse.com, using Google Chrome:
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Over the last few years digital certificate errors have gotten less common. This one intrigued me for a bunch of reasons, not the least of which was that the certificate involved in the error was being used by a fairly big company and not some mom-and-pop shop that might not know their computer security from a hole in the ground.
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