Which tells you just how completely worthless certificates are.
No, it tells you how worthless Apple are. This is not a certificate failing, it is a management failing. Certificates themselves have all sorts of issues, but this is purely an Apple problem.
So, if we start from an adjusted definition of conspiracy that means "conspiracies that managed to be kept hidden", the study makes a lot more sense.
My whole point is these are NOT conspiracies that they managed to keep hidden, they were eventually revealed, even if 25 years or more later. He has no data or knowledge of how many remained secret indefinitely nor is there any way to obtain that information. So at best he is working from a flawed data set that has to make a load of assumptions and guesses.
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