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= Welcome to the 'Unofficial' CAcert Wiki =

These page is a user-maintained FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) for [http://www.CAcert.org]. CAcert.org offers FREE digital certificates for everyone.

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= FAQ, Support, Tutorials, Documents =

    * ["FAQ"] - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    * GettingSupport - Mailing lists, IRC, email, etc.
    * TutorialsHowto - Tutorials and HOWTOs about everything you need
    * WikiNewbie - A Wiki Newbie? Don't worry! Go here to learn how you can contribute to this wiki!
    * ImportRootCert - How can I trustCAcert´s root certificate?

= Main documents =

== Assuring People & Organizations ==

    * ["FAQ/AssuranceIntroduction"] - Introduction to Assurance: Short and easy to understand
    * ["FAQ/AssuranceDetails"] - All the Details about Assuring and Points
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    * ["FAQ/AssuranceByCAP"] - Getting Assured by a CAcert Assurer
    * ["FAQ/AssuranceInformationForCAP"] - Information for CAcert Assurers
    * ["FAQ/AssuranceByTTP"] - Getting Assured by a Trusted Third Party (TTP)
    * ["FAQ/AssuranceInformationForTTP"] - Information for Trusted Third Partys (TTP)
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    * EventOrganisation - What to consider for assuring on big events. What procedures proved best?
    * VipAssurance - Assuring Very Important People VIP !
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= MoinMoin Wiki = == Technical Stuff ==
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A WikiWikiWeb is a collaborative hypertext environment, with an emphasis on easy access to and modification of information. This wiki can also link to InterWiki space.     * ClientCerts - The basics of using your CAcert client certificates.
    * ServerCerts - For securing Websites, VPNs, etc.
    * BrowserClients - Including the CAcert Root Certificate into your browser
    * OrganizationEntities - Certificate Management for Organizations.
    * CustomBuilds - Custom building applications to include our root certificate
    * CaCertificates - What kinds of certifications are interesting for CA´s?
    * DeveloperNotes - Programming stuff for developers.
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MoinMoin is a Python Wiki:WikiClone, based on Wiki:PikiPiki. The name is a common German slang expression explained on the MoinMoin page. If you run a Wiki using MoinMoin, please add it to the MoinMoin:MoinMoinWikis page. Contributed code is on the MoinMoin:MacroMarket, MoinMoin:ActionMarket and MoinMoin:ParserMarket pages. For more details and further topics, see the MoinMoin page. == Organisational Things ==
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You can edit any page by pressing the link at the bottom of the page. Capitalized words joined together form a WikiName, which hyperlinks to another page. The highlighted title searches for all pages that link to the current page. Pages which do not yet exist are linked with a question mark: just follow the link and you can add a definition.
    * UpcomingEvents - Events around the world ... ( /!\ deprecated - see [http://blog.cacert.org Blog])
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    * InclusionStatus - Is CAcert´s root cert already included?
    * CacertSites - See who's using CAcert certs!
    * [http://www.cacert.org/stats.php CAcert Statistics] - How many people are using CAcert?
    * PressPass - See what the media and our supporters have to say!
    * StrategicPartnerships - Joint ventures involving CAcert or CAcert products
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    * CacertDonate - Ways to support CAcert community
    * CacertMembership - Getting more involved in CAcert community of Trust ?
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To get an overview over this site and what it contains, see the SiteNavigation page. = Task Forces =
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To learn more about what a WikiWikiWeb is, read about MoinMoin:WhyWikiWorks and the MoinMoin:WikiNature. Also, consult the MoinMoin:WikiWikiWebFaq. == Latest projects ==
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Interesting starting points:
  * RecentChanges: see where people are currently working
  * HelpForBeginners: to get you going
  * WikiSandBox: feel free to change this page and experiment with editing
  * FindPage: search or browse the database in various ways
  * SyntaxReference
    * PolicyDrafts - '''is a section dedicated to the drafting of policies required under a CA audit.'''
    * AssuranceHandbook - Draft of a Handbook to be presented to our new assurers
    * OcspResponder - Technical details about our OCSP Responder
    * VhostTaskForce - Securing Vhosts with SSL, compatibility
    * SmartCards - Requirements for Smart Cards.
    * DomainController - Taskforce on working out what's needed for MS clients to authenticate with PKI
    * RegressionTest - Regression-testing the CAcert website
    * AntiFraudCoffeeRoom - Researchers discussing anti-fraud techniques to combat phishing


== General Tasks ==

    * AssurerTraining - E-Learning and E-Testing for our Assurers
    * AssuranceTest - Question collecting for above
    * TranslationTeam - Help for translation contributors
    * ContentReviewTeam - What should be changed on CAcert.org to make it a better website
    * OidAllocation - Allocation of CAcert´s OID´s

== Legal Issues ==

    * LegalIssues - Legal issues surrounding CAcert internationally
    * DigitalInvoice - Digitally signing digital invoices
    * DigitalSignature - Security Capsule for Digital Signatures


= Administrivia =

    * RecentVisitors - Tell us who you are and showcase you
    * WhosWho - The people behind the curtain...
    * WikiMailingList - Mailing list for wiki contributors

Welcome to the 'Unofficial' CAcert Wiki

These page is a user-maintained FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) for [http://www.CAcert.org]. CAcert.org offers FREE digital certificates for everyone.

TableOfContents(1) key word search FullSearch

FAQ, Support, Tutorials, Documents

  • ["FAQ"] - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • GettingSupport - Mailing lists, IRC, email, etc.

  • TutorialsHowto - Tutorials and HOWTOs about everything you need

  • WikiNewbie - A Wiki Newbie? Don't worry! Go here to learn how you can contribute to this wiki!

  • ImportRootCert - How can I trustCAcert´s root certificate?

Main documents

Assuring People & Organizations

  • ["FAQ/AssuranceIntroduction"] - Introduction to Assurance: Short and easy to understand
  • ["FAQ/AssuranceDetails"] - All the Details about Assuring and Points


  • ["FAQ/AssuranceByCAP"] - Getting Assured by a CAcert Assurer
  • ["FAQ/AssuranceInformationForCAP"] - Information for CAcert Assurers
  • ["FAQ/AssuranceByTTP"] - Getting Assured by a Trusted Third Party (TTP)
  • ["FAQ/AssuranceInformationForTTP"] - Information for Trusted Third Partys (TTP)


  • EventOrganisation - What to consider for assuring on big events. What procedures proved best?

  • VipAssurance - Assuring Very Important People VIP !

Technical Stuff

Organisational Things



Task Forces

Latest projects

General Tasks

Administrivia

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