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Certificate update

cert issuing date

still in use on test1

root + Community Member subroot + Community Assured Member subroot

Oct 25th 2008

no

root + Community Member subroot + Community Assured Member subroot

Oct 26th 2008

yes

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Here are the current root certificates :

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Root certificate

PEM Format

TXT Format

Community Member subroot

PEM Format

TXT Format

Community Assured Member subroot

PEM Format

TXT Format

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User comments

Contributors (listing is out-of-order, feel free to add your name) :

  • Tom Dawes-Gamble,
  • Alejandro Mery,
  • Norman H. Azadian,
  • Morten Gulbrandsen,
  • The readers for the CAcert mailing lists,
  • And the CAcert Root Key Task Force Ian Grigg, Teus Hagen, Philipp "Sourcerer" G├╝hring & Mr Rogmany aka GolfRomeo :)

Comments :

On Wed, 2008-10-29 at 20:39 +0000, Tom Dawes-Gamble wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I have installed my first TEST certificate (unassured) on a web server. 
> > The server is.  https://wallis.weardale.cl/ This is how I have
> > configured apache.
> > 
> > Copied interrmCA.crt on to the server and set 
> > 
> > SSLCertificateChainFile /local/copy/of/intrmCA.crt
> > SSLCertificateFile      /my/unasured/signed/certificate.pem
> > SSLCertificateKeyFile   /my/private/key.pem
> > 
> > 
> > restart the server.

Hi,


I have now imported the TEST root Certificate and the Interim
Certificate in to Evolution and my signature now the Signature verifies.


Tom.



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