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      update Let's Encrypt trust chain · 4427cabd
      Christian Hesse authored
      Drop 'DST Root CA X3', use 'ISRG Root X1' instead. The migration code
      makes sure that...
      
       * the intermediate certificate 'R3' is signed by 'ISRG Root X1'
       * 'ISRG Root X1' is self-signed, not cross-signed by 'DST Root CA X3'
       * 'DST Root CA X3' is finally gone
      4427cabd
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      drop certificate DST Root CA X3 · f2433b80
      Christian Hesse authored
      Let's Encrypt planned the transition to ISRG's root certificate ("ISRG Root
      X1") on July 8, 2019, but postponed several times.
      
      Finally they found another solution: A certificate 'ISRG Root X1', but
      cross-signed with 'DST Root CA X3' and with a livetime that exceeds that
      of the root CA. This is said to work for most operating system where root
      certificate authorities are just 'trust anchors'.
      
      I doubt this is true for RouterOS, where certificates are just imported
      into the certificate store. So let's migrate to 'ISRG Root X1' now.
      f2433b80
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