Re: [therightkey] DNSNMC deprecates Certificate Authorities and fixes HTTPS security

Ralph Holz <holz@net.in.tum.de> Fri, 03 January 2014 13:24 UTC

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Subject: Re: [therightkey] DNSNMC deprecates Certificate Authorities and fixes HTTPS security
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Hi,

> My understanding of what Jakob wrote is that he holds the key for a 
> subordinate CA. Unless the CA that "signed" that subordinate has
> been removed from trust lists then that subordinate would still be
> useful, yes.

The subordinate certificate is blacklisted in browsers. Furthermore,
Mozilla does not accept any non-root certs with MD5 signatures since
mid-2011.

Ralph

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