RCC - check your system's trusted root certificate store

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by svenfaw, Feb 28, 2015.

  1. svenfaw

    svenfaw Registered Member

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  2. TomTrottier

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    Windows 10 1809 may have added these:
    Scanning baselines available: 2
    Definitions updated: 2018-11-20
    *** Scanning Windows root CA store... (Baseline selected: RCC1_STD_MSCTL)
    Number of roots in trust store: 54
    Number of roots in trust list: 391
    Number of 'interesting' items: 2
    31F9FC8BA3805986B721EA7295C65B3A44534274: Microsoft ECC TS Root Certificate
    Time of insertion: 2019-04-06 00:46:37 UTC
    4F65566336DB6598581D584A596C87934D5F2AB4: Class 3 Public Primary Certificat
    Time of insertion: 2019-04-07 02:54:32 UTC
     
  3. outoftheway

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    RCC is a nice little utility. The current Firefox version uses a new SQLite format database cert9.db now, and not the older cert8.db. Any chance of an update to RCC?
     
  4. svenfaw

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    Sorry for the late reply.
    The first detection is a false positive. The latest RCC build will no longer flag it.
    The second one is an obsolete Symantec root and should no longer be trusted.
     
  5. svenfaw

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    Not currently on the roadmap, I'm afraid (I haven't looked at Firefox in a while and am too busy with other projects)
     
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