The question about shortening the validity period for TLS certificates is back in front of the CA/Browser Forum again. CAs still oppose it and browser makers are still for it.
There used to be a time when malware signed with a legitimate certificate was the mark of a sophisticated, nation-state-backed attacker. Now anyone can have signed malware.
The CA Security Council's London Protocol attempts to address the problem of phishing sites with legitimate SSL/TLS certificates, but the initiative perpetuates the myth that the pricier EV certificates are more secure than DV certificates.
Mining Certificate Transparency logs can help uncover phishing sites using spoofed domain names, but it’s hard to do. Facebook has updated its Certificate Transparency Monitoring tool to notify website owners when their sites are being spoofed for malicious use.