[cabfpub] [cabfquest] Question about reissuance regulations

Eddy Nigg eddy_nigg at startcom.org
Mon Jan 5 22:36:08 UTC 2015

On 01/06/2015 12:28 AM, Jeremy Rowley wrote:
> BRs say once every 39 months.  So does the Mozilla policy. 13 months 
> is for EV.

Very bad - would there be supporters for a ballot to change that? 
Obviously a domain name might not be even registered and existing 
anymore after one year, not speaking about actually controlling it.

Obviously a certificate already exists under those circumstances for any 
of those domain names, but when issuing a new certificate, I believe 
some due diligence should be required.

And what about identification of subscribers? Assuming a subscriber 
claims to have lost the private key, a new public key will have to used. 
How do CA identify said subscriber and his/her authorization?

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