[cabfpub] Recent ITU-T meeting
philliph at comodo.com
Fri Apr 26 17:00:48 UTC 2013
See the Report on Question 11/17 Documents considered, it is the second in the list, source Iran Republic of.
On Apr 26, 2013, at 12:52 PM, tScheme Technical Manager wrote:
> Hi Phillip,
> Where is that C0010 document referenced and how does it relate to the
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> On Apr 26, 2013, at 12:35 PM, tScheme Technical Manager wrote:
>> Hi Ben,
>> I have already been involved in some discussions on what has become TD 131
>> and I'm not sure that it's useful to think of the auditors as fulfilling
>> role of "juridical experts" (although they could also decide to offer that
>> service). My simplistic understanding is that I as a relying party would
>> formally contract with a JE service and then, whenever I receive a
>> Certificate (e.g. an SSL certificate when I log on to an e-Commerce site),
>> would send a copy of the certificate to my JE service and ask them whether
>> should trust it or not - i.e. I do not rely on the Browser making that
>> decision for me.
> That is the omnibroker model.
> It makes great sense, unless of course you choose the wrong juridical
> Is the document C0010 Rev.1 'Generic Tools to support secure applications'
> available? Given the source of the proposal it would seem useful to take a
>> At least that's how I read it!
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>> These are from Tony Rutkowski. Let's discuss them on the list and then
>> during next week's telephone call.
>> TD 131 seems to add a new PKI "juridical expert", which might already
>> in the form of WebTrust/ETSI auditors. However, I'm not sure, and there
>> be other changes that have not had full peer review.
>> Also attached is the Q11/17 Report with some actions highlighted in
>> as well as proposed changes to X.509. See TDs 43 and 241.
>> Please review and let's discuss.
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