[cabfpub] Draft CAA motion (3)
sleevi at google.com
Thu Jan 12 13:39:00 MST 2017
On Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 10:28 AM, Bruce Morton via Public <
public at cabforum.org> wrote:
> I know there was some discussion about caching. I do think that 1 hour may
> be a period which is too short. For instance it does not address the case
> where a CA issues a certificate manually from a secure room/secure server.
> In these cases, the server will not be able to evaluate a CAA record. I
> think that this should be raised to 24 hours.
How often does that scenario happen - that you're issuing a server
certificate via ceremony (as opposed to an intermediate or root
I can appreciate that there might be things that 1 hour would make hard -
but I think it is a valid question to ask how often those exceptional
situations realistically happen, relative to the riskiness of the proposed
> The effective time of 6 months may be too short. For many CAs, they will
> just start to deploy based on the new ballot. In this case with technical
> requirements which will impact the issuance of certificates, there should
> be more time allowed to ensure CAA is deployed effectively. I propose 12
> months after the voting period ends.
As with previous discussions about implementation times, can you speak to
your specific concerns, rather than hypothetical generalizations? This
helps ensure we're picking a reasonable time, not simply an appealing time.
I think this is especially important because as proposed, Gerv hasn't
touched upon what interaction, if any, this has on cached validations -
potentially meaning it's 4 years before domain holders can have any
reasonable semblance of security.
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