[Cscwg-public] DSA SubCAs: are they allowed?
Bruce.Morton at entrust.com
Wed Sep 15 14:39:52 UTC 2021
Although I assume there would be no impact, removing DSA seems to be out of scope for the format change.
This seems like a minor change that we could cover in another ballot. We might even agree to add this to one of the ballots, which Ian is proposing.
Perhaps we can discuss at next weeks call.
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Subject: [Cscwg-public] DSA SubCAs: are they allowed?
In removing the algorithm encoding requirements from the RFC 3647 draft CSBRs (https://github.com/cabforum/code-signing/pull/6/commits/3e642a8cf2b5b1c7479e7e5031a6301c2fd6b828), I encountered a potential inconsistency/ambiguity in the current CSBRs and Microsoft Root Program requirements. Appendix A of the current CSBRs allows for Roots and SubCAs to use a DSA key pair, but section B of the Microsoft Root Program  requirements for Roots and SubCAs seemingly do not by omission of DSA entirely.
Given this, is it safe to conclude that the Microsoft Root Program currently prohibits DSA Roots and SubCAs? If so, can we disallow DSA ICAs in the RFC 3647 CSBRs to mirror the Microsoft Root Program requirements?
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