The partial US government shutdown is now affecting TLS certificates for some government websites. The websites of key branches of government like the Justice Department and the Court of Appeals are no longer secure or accessible, as first reported by Netcraft. The partial government shutdown affected their abilities to renew TLS certificates to keep their websites

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