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On April Fools Day, of all days, Google announced their efforts in improving SSL certificate security. Part of this announcement confirmed that during Google's web crawl, they gather data on the SSL certificates they run into. Google said they store three data points for when it comes to accessing SSL certificates, they include: The first number is the day that Google's crawlers first saw that certificate The second is the most recent day, and The third is the number of days we saw it in between For that certificate to pass, it must be correctly signed (either by a CA or self-signed) and it must have the correct domain name, one that matches the one Google used to retrieve the certificate. So Google here tells us they are crawling, indexing and storing this data on SSL certificates found on the web. Can it be used for ranking purposes? Why not? I mean, does Google want to ...

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