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@Joshua Shearer Like Kevin said, if they don't understand security, they shouldn't be sysadmins, and I find it to be a scary proposition to have an administrator of anything who thinks security is some black magic or [email protected] Shearer - since they don't understand, it's arguably moot as they won't know if what they already have is correct or not...

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New root certificates appearing on all systems without warning or documentation are a concern for some security people.

A better way to phrase it would be to ask why someone would disable it.