A certificate authority (CA) is an entity that issues digital certificates, which are used to establish secure connections over a network, typically the Internet. The CA acts as a trusted third-party by verifying the identity of a certificate’s owner: for example, the certificate found when you go to https://www.facebook.com is verified as belonging to Facebook.
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