Google hasn't had confidence in SHA-1's -- the algorithm used for encryption by most SSL certificates, which add the "s" to https:// -- ability to keep your info safe for a long time.

Chrome will soon stop supporting weak SHA-1 certificates

Google hasn't had confidence in SHA-1's — the algorithm used for encryption by most SSL certificates, which add the “s” to https:// — ability to keep your info safe for a long time.

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