Yes, you are correct, we also invested in Opera, but just a smaller share 
holders, not a majority one.

Thanks,
Xiaosheng Tan
Sent from 360 Q5 Mobile Phone
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发件人: Kurt Roeckx <k...@roeckx.be>
发送时间: 2016年9月20日 23:45
收件人: mozilla-dev-security-pol...@lists.mozilla.org
主题: Re: Incidents involving the CA WoSign

On 2016-09-20 17:31, 谭晓生 wrote:
> Dear Gerv and all,
>
> Qihoo 360 is a company valued at USD$9.99B as it finished the privatization 
> on July 15th 2016, we have invested in more than 200 companies across the 
> world, Wosign is just a very small one and we even do not have any people 
> sent to this company after the investment, the major businesses of Qihoo 360 
> are security software for consumer, we are the largest player of anti-virus 
> software in China, No.2 search engine in China and one of the top gaming 
> platform in China, No.1 PC browser in China, the total revenue is about 
> USD$1.6B last year, that’s might help to understand that why the layers don’t 
> think Wosign is a "significant subsidiary".

I don't know much about the CAB rules, but from what I understand of
that is that Qihoo 360 has both a browser and a CA.


Kurt

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