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Sun, 14 Jan 2007 14:24:39 +0000
Currently we use our own TLS (https) certificates.
See '~/infra/CA.sh' (run with --help).
The root CA, and the children certificates for each websites, are renewed for 1
mv ~/tls ~/tls.2006
cp ~/tls.2006/demoCA/serial ~/tls/demoCA
Meanwhile, one of us should go discuss with cacert.org so they don't
provide their software under a non-free license, then we could use
their certificates instead of our self-signed ones.
Jag once offered to go classical and get a certificate signed by an authority
already present in web browser (as done with fsf.org).
It would be interesting to foster alternate web of trusts though, and use
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