|CAcert's old Root Certificate sha1 fingerprints||class 1: 135C EC36 F49C B8E9 3B1A B270 CD80 8846 76CE 8F33|
|class 3: AD7C 3F64 FC44 39FE F4E9 0BE8 F47C 6CFA 8AAD FDCE|
|CAcert's Root new Certificate sha1 fingerprints (sha256 signed)||class 1: DDFC DA54 1E75 77AD DCA8 7E88 27A9 8A50 6032 52A5|
|class 3: A7C4 8FBE 6B02 6DBD 0EC1 B465 B88D D813 EE1D EFA0|
The CAcert Assurance Programme (CAP) aims to verify the identities of Internet users through face to face witnessing of government-issued photo identity documents.The Applicant asks the Assurer to verify to the CAcert Community that the Assurer has met and verified the Applicant's identity against original documents.Assurer may leave a copy of the details with the Applicant, and may complete and sign her final form after the meeting.If there are any doubts or concerns about the Applicant's identity, do not allocate points. You are encouraged to perform a mutual Assurance.
For more information about the CAcert Assurance Programme, including detailed guides for CAcert Assurers, please visit: http://www.cacert.org
A CAcert Arbitrator can require the Assurer to deliver the completed form in the event of a dispute. After 7 years this form should be securely disposed of to prevent identity misuse. E.g. shred or burn the form. The Assurer does not retain copies of ID at all.
For the CAcert Organisation Assurance Programme there is a separate special COAP form.