Root Certificates are self-signed certificates, which are at the root of a certification hierarchy.
To validate a certificate, a client application must have at least one certificate which it directly trusts. This is a root certificate. Different applications trust different root certificates. For example, TLS might trust VeriSign's secure server root, but Software Install may not.
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