Windows 7 trusted root certification authorities not updating
Among other things, the changes included more stringent technical and auditing requirements.
The final program changes were published in June 2015.
But even if they were not, the sum total of these two groups would only be 74; a majority of the 343 certificates is still not visible.
Bottom line is though that a wast majority of the 343 certificates is not displayed through this means either.
No database - whether maintained by Google or anyone else - puts a dent in such a problem.
Highlight the issuing server and click “View Certificate” button to reveal the issuing CA – in this case “Veri Sign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority – G5”.If the component is not installed and a certificate from an untrusted CA is encountered then the following text will be seen: This is an inconvenience for the person browsing the site as they need to click to continue.Applications, though, will be unable to proceed and will throw an exception.With this component enabled, the following happens: If you are presented with a certificate issued by an untrusted root authority, your computer will contact the Windows Update Web site to see if Microsoft has added the CA to its list of trusted authorities.