The Open Certificate Authority, which gives digital certificates to websites to enable HTTPS, has encrypted Android compatibility for older phones with its certifications, allowing them to continue secure web browsing. This development is shared on the official website of Let’s Encrypt. The Certification Authority said it could bring a solution that would allow older Android phones to visit websites that use encrypted certificates for another three years. In fact, Let’s Encrypt has partnered with another Certification Authority, Identrust, to allow its certificates to work on older platforms, but the Identrust root certificate that provides that functionality expires next year.
Let’s encrypt and support the Aiden Trust to support the elderly Android Equipment, but should be separated next year. This means that phones running Android 7.1.1 or older may not be able to access HTTPS websites. But now the partnership has been restored, which means things will run smoothly on older Android devices for another three years. Let’s encrypt Said Some innovative thinking from the community and indentrust on its website allows to continue the partnership.
Identrust has agreed to cross sign from DST Route CA X3 Certificate for ISRG Route X1 Certificate of Let’s Encrypt for the next three years. This allows Encrypts to provide its customers with a “chain that includes both ISRG Route X1 and DST Route CA X3, which ensures uninterrupted service to all customers and avoids the potential breakdowns we are concerned about.”
The new chain will run in late January or early February next year. It does not affect older Android OS users. The good news is that 33.8 percent of Android users are still Android 7 or older. Previous post Let’s encrypt.
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