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Millions of websites put at risk after encryption fault

The Let's Encrypt project has announced that it will revoke more than three million TLS certificates after a bug was discovered in its Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) code.

The bug impacts the server software used by Let's Encrypt, called Boulder, which allows the project to verify users and their domains before a TLS certificate can be issued. Let's Encrypt has decided to revoke the TLS certificates because the implementation of the CAA specification inside Boulder was affected by the bug.

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