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If you click on "Learn More," you are directed to this web site: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enterprise-roots?as=u&utm_source=inproduct which is void of detail except the reference to Enterprise Roots.

This indicates to me that Firefox ver. 68 is now checking for AV vendors known to perform SSL/TLS protocol scanning and using their certificate stored the Win root certificate CA store regardless of if like certificate is present in the FireFox certificate Authorities store.

Or and more likely, FireFox is verifying the "foreign"; i.e. not Mozilla approved, certificate in its Authorities certificate store to one that exists in the Win root CA certificate store and the message displayed is poorly worded. I believe FireFox will refuse to use a "foreign" Authorities store certificate if it does not correspondingly exist in the Win root CA certificate store.

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