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Google’s Chrome browser “blindly” trusting Heartbleed affected sites
The problem within Chrome is CRLSet, which catalogs revoked security certificates. If a website has been compromised and had their security certificate taken away, CRLSet should know about it and give you a warning before proceeding. Gibson Research Corporation claims Google’s CRLSet — used in lieu of the online certificate status protocol — misses about 98% of revoked certificates.
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