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  • Private I: Apple's Chinese market share may affect security judgment

    Google apparently doesn't mind picking a fight with China. In 2010, unable to find a basis in which it could operate its services with minimal filtering or interference, and after attacks reported to originate in China against the company's internal mail and other systems, it shifted its search results from mainland China to servers in Hong Kong. Hong Kong operates under a special status, though it is part of the People's Republic. Mainland searchers had to use workarounds to perform searches via Google in Hong Kong and elsewhere.

    Glenn Fleishman | 01 May | Read more

  • Private I: Trust and verify for network certificate roots

    In a post on March 23, Google's security team explained that it had discovered that someone was delivering digital certificates to users for Google domains that weren't authorized by Google. A quick investigation discovered that a Chinese certificate authority (CA), CNNIC, had improperly given a reseller enough power to create verifiable certificates for any domain in the world.

    Glenn Fleishman | 27 Mar | Read more

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