106443 – Microsoft Edge: TLS server certificate verification changes

Microsoft Edge

check before: 2023-02-01

Product:

Microsoft Edge

Platform:

Web, World tenant, mobile, Windows Desktop

Status:

In development

Change type:

Feature update, Admin impact

Links:

Details:

In Microsoft Edge version 110, the certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be decoupled from the host operating system’s root store. Instead the default certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be provided by and shipped with the browser. The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing to control when the built-in root store and certificate verifier are used until the planned policy deprecation.

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2022-11-24

updated:
2022-11-30

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DatePropertyoldnew
2022-11-30RM DescriptionIn Microsoft Edge version 110, the certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be decoupled from the host operating system’s root store.  Instead the default certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be provided by and shipped with the browser. The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing to control when the built-in root store and certificate verifier are used until the planned policy deprecation.
In Microsoft Edge version 110, the certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be decoupled from the host operating system’s root store. Instead the default certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be provided by and shipped with the browser. The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing to control when the built-in root store and certificate verifier are used until the planned policy deprecation.
2022-11-29RM DescriptionIn Microsoft Edge version 110, the certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be decoupled from the host operating system’s root store.  Instead the default certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be provided by and shipped with the browser.  The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing to control when the built-in root store and certificate verifier are used until the planned policy deprecation. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/deployedge/microsoft-edge-security-cert-verification


In Microsoft Edge version 110, the certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be decoupled from the host operating system’s root store.  Instead the default certificate trust list and the certificate verifier will be provided by and shipped with the browser. The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing to control when the built-in root store and certificate verifier are used until the planned policy deprecation.

*starting April 2022

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