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Re: Invalid Certificate
From: Tonnerre Lombard <tonnerre.lombard () sygroup ch>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 09:07:51 +0200

Salut, James,

On Tue, 16 Sep 2008 20:38:47 -0700, James Matthews wrote:
Ask secunia to pay for the proper ssl

https://www.cacert.org/ might as well be appropriate and is nowadays
supported by most distributions of Linux (though not turned on by
default for some obscure reason? One has to dpkg-reconfigure
ca-certificates. Maybe someone from the Debianist camp can enlighten us
on why?)

I personally think that it also has the better trust model; I trust
people more if they have been assured by a number of geeks than if they
simply had the money to pay for a certificate[1].

But whatever suits you.

                                Tonnerre

[1]: Apart from the fact that it seems that not all pay-by-cert
     "authorities" are recognized either; I also had problems
     with expensive wildcard certificates not being recognized as
     signed by a proper CA. You learn who to trust pretty quickly.
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