[JDEV] Dialback and STARTTLS

Matthias Wimmer m at tthias.net
Fri Nov 21 06:35:29 CST 2003

Hi Justin!

Justin Karneges schrieb am 2003-11-21 01:34:41:
> I have always wondered if maybe the JSF could act as an independent CA, to 
> create free certs for everyone.  It would mean that servers (and clients too, 
> I suppose) would have to bundle the JSF certificate, but this would not be a 
> huge deal.
> I'm not sure how the JSF would handle proper identification of those who 
> apply..   Maybe it could just be a simple first-come first-serve thing, and 
> if someone else gets a cert for your domain before you do, then you can ping 
> stpeter to resolve the dispute. ;-)

I don't see what we would get from this solution. Isn't it harder to
manipulate DNS entries or IP addresses than to just be the first that
requests for a certificate?

Tot kijk

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