Mozilla Firefox before 36.0 does not properly recognize the
equivalence of domain names with and without a trailing . (dot)
character, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to bypass the HPKP
and HSTS protection mechanisms by constructing a URL with this
character and leveraging access to an X.509 certificate for a domain
with this character.
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