rob.stradling at comodo.com
Wed Feb 24 21:08:32 UTC 2016
On 24/02/16 19:59, Stephen Davidson wrote:
> Long names:
I wonder how many of those >64-character organizationNames could easily
be shrunk to <=64 characters?
O=ENSASE (École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Saint-Étienne)
Removing "ENSASE (" and ")" would shrink that one to 58 characters.
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> Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 3:57 PM
> To: Jeremy Rowley <jeremy.rowley at digicert.com>; public at cabforum.org
> Subject: Re: [cabfpub] RFC5280
> On 24/02/16 18:56, Jeremy Rowley wrote:
>> 1)Org names, common names, and address fields are limited to 64
>> characters. Very few international companies can comply with this
> Hi Jeremy. I'm puzzled as to why "international" would have anything to do
> with this. Can you cite some examples of such international companies?
> You do realize that the limit is in characters, not bytes, right?
>> It's even worse if you are converting an IDN to a printable string.
> If an IDN doesn't fit in a Subject.commonName, then you can omit the
> Subject.commonName field from the cert.
> Use SAN.dNSName.
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