Category Archives: x509
I’ve been issuing a lot of x.509 certs and OpenVPN user configurations lately, and I came across something that has reduced the complexity quite a bit. It seems that OpenVPN configuration files can now include data inline. So rather than … Continue reading
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All Operative Personnel employed by Collier Technologies LLC, known
here as the Certification Authority or CA, must also be licensed as
notaries public by the local government where they reside during any
act performed on behalf of the CA.
In addition to passing the Washington State Operative Personnel Exam,
all OPs employed by the CA will demonstrate their proficiency by
a) creating a request for issuance as described in 19.34.210§1
RCW, known here as a Certificate Signing Request or CSR; and
b) signing CSR from (a) with a private key issued by the
Certification Authority; and
c) publishing the public key corresponding to the CSR signed in
(b) in a recognized repository as defined by 19.34.400 RCW
While holding the position of Operative Personnel for the CA, the OP
a) utilize the private key corresponding to the CSR presented
during the demonstration of proficiency exclusively
b) not use the private key referenced in (a) for purposes other
than those performed on behalf of the CA.
All private key data controlled by the CA and all Operative Personnel
a) stored on a solid-state device; and
b) kept within a locked safe except while in use by OP acting on
behalf of the CA.
All solid-state devices containing private key data controlled by the
CA and all Operative Personnel may only be used
a) on a Trustworthy system, as defined in 19.34.020§43 RCW; and
b) with a system which remains always disconnected from any
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I just got a notification from Thunderbird telling me that it’s upgrading itself. Those of you paying attention to current events in the information security world just found out why Free/open source software is teh l33t. Were you watching, Eric?