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> * The CAP form therefore should have a third part for the TTP where the TTP > gives the needed information about himself as name, address, resitration no. > Or similar, siginature and if possible seal. From old TTP form source code: _("The CAcert Trusted Third Party (TTP) Programme is designed to assure Internet user identities through personal verification of government issued identity documents."))); _("The Applicant asks you to certify to CAcert that you have met with the Applicant and verified the Full Name, Date of Birth, and ID Numbers of the Applicant against two separate original government issued photo-identity documents. Once the photocopies of the photo IDs have been verified by the TTP they must be signed by the TTP with the statement 'I certify that this copy is a true copy of the original document'. The verified and signed photocopies of IDs are then to be included with the completed TTP forms and returned to CAcert Inc."))); _("Please complete and sign this form, and sign the photocopies of the IDs, to acknowledge that").":")); _("You have viewed two of the Applicant's photo identity documents and you are convinced of their authenticity, and are convinced that the photos indeed depict the Applicant (allowed documents are government-issued documents with photos such as driver's license, passport, or others that are normally accepted as legal identification in your country; expired documents are allowed)."))); _("You have verified that the Full Name, Date of Birth, and ID Numbers on the identity documents matches those filled in the Applicant section below and in the photocopies provided."))); _("If you have ANY doubts or concerns about the identity of the Applicant then please DO NOT COMPLETE AND SIGN this form. For more information about the Web of Trust, including detailed guides for Trusted Third Parties, please see: %s")), "http://www.CAcert.org")); _("PLEASE NOTE: You must get 2 fully completed TTP forms before sending anything to CAcert. Failure to do so will only cause your application to be delayed until all forms have been received by CAcert!"))); // TTP Section _("Person Verifying Applicant's Identity"))); _("Names").":")); _("Office Street Address").":")); _("Profession (Please circle one)")).":"); _("Justice of the Peace, Public Notary, Lawyer, Accountant, or Bank Manager"))); _("Bar Association, CPA Number or Bank Name and Branch, JP/Notary Number")).":"); _("as applicable")."):")); So yes, also the "old" form contains a section for the TTP The text needs to be modified for the current requirements (at least one govermental issued photo ID) I can't remember about a copy of the IDdocs within the TTP-assisted-assurance subpol. The applicants email is probably missing in the old form. Whats also needed: - the order to the TTP to do the verification and also the order to a TTP-assurer to do the CAcert assurance part - acceptance of the CCA Date, Location of the meeting a new TTP CAP form can be the form of this: text to be filled by applicant by TTP by TTP-assurer checked checked Age below 18 ? -> stop assurance until further deployment F2F meeting x Assuree requests TOPUP ? x Account exists? x Name x DoB x Primary Email x Order to TTP + TTP-Assurer x CCA acceptance - CAcert own Arbitration x - Liability 1000 Euro x Date, Location x Signature x TTP part Name Office Office ID (?) Profession (?) Date, Location, Signature
- Question that araised:
- Can a TTP send TTP CAP form to TTP-admin and can TTP who is also CAcert assurer can make a regular CAcert assurance?
- Answer / Solution:
As an Assurer you cannot be a TTP because you are not a third party
- Perhaps the TTP document needs to stress that ...
- TTP part: I'm not a CAcert assurer