Mozilla, the developers of the Firefox browser, has knocked back a request from Abu Dhabi-based security outfit DarkMatter to have certificates it issues be automatically accepted as genuine.
Firefox users have had all the extensions they use in their browser disabled due to the expiry of an intermediate signing certificate a few days ago. They have also been unable to download and use any new extensions.
A former chief technology officer of the Mozilla project — which produces the open source Firefox browser and the Thunderbird email client — says he was harassed by US Customs and Border Protection agencts at San Francisco International airport on his return from a trip to Europe in December 2018.
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