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Root Certificates and Revoked Certificates for Windows XP


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4 hours ago, DrWho3000 said:

what is the kb hotfix fir this for XP SP3

sure i see it somewhere browsing

how well does this work on xp

what do i have to do

This thread is about Root Certificates and Revoked Certificates for Windows XP. You can update your Root Certificates automatically by using the Certificate Updater 1.6

or manually by using the Root Certificate and Revoked Certificate Updater of 02/24/2022 created by me in section Downloads

It works perfectly and is intended to keep your system as recent as possible regarding your Root Certificates. 
 

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A root certificate is a digital certificate that belongs to the issuing Certificate Authority. It comes pre-downloaded in most browsers and is stored in what is called a “trust store.” The root certificates are closely guarded by CAs.

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Another change has come.

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The contents of the updroots.sst file have been changed; the contents of the other * .sst files are unchanged.

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I have builded Certificates repack for my XP2ESD project. It's simple standalone WinRAR SFX to easily update SST files when needed.

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Last update 04.05.2022 11:05

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/900h17opahb5uqf/WindowsRootsUpdate.exe/file
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On 5/4/2022 at 5:09 PM, George King said:

I have builded Certificates repack for my XP2ESD project. It's simple standalone WinRAR SFX to easily update SST files when needed.

ssts.png

Last update 04.05.2022 11:05

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/900h17opahb5uqf/WindowsRootsUpdate.exe/file

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On 5/26/2022 at 1:52 AM, XPerceniol said:

Fabulous :)

Only the updroots.sst & delroots.sst files has the changed content, the other files have not changed.

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