Google, Mozilla and Apple have blocked a fake root certificate issued by Kazakhstan’s government to spy on its citizens’ online activities. The government instructed citizens to install the certificate on all of their devices, and it provided separate instructions for Android, iOS, Chrome, Firefox, and IE Web browsers. When those who installed the certificate attempt to access website using Chrome, Firefox or Safari, they now will see an error message stating that the “Qaznet Trust Network” certificate should not be trusted.
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