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Security Announce: SSL certificates renewed

Item posted by Mathieu Roy <yeupou> on Sun 15 Feb 2004 12:07:47 PM UTC.

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SSL certificates for gna.org and mail.gna.org has been renewed for 1200 days.

These certificates are not signed by a real certificate authority: their purpose is not to confirm our identity but to provide you a way to be sure that https://gna.org and https://mail.gna.org today are running on the same machine they were yesterday. Also, certificates are required for an https server to run, and https is a way to secure all the data transiting between your computer and our servers, like authentication information.

Mathieu Roy <yeupou@gnu.org> for Gna!
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Comments:

GPG signing (posted by Vincent Caron, Mon 16 Feb 2004 01:11:50 PM UTC)

I copy/pasted the text and tried a 'gpg --verify', it fails. I guess there is too much editing (although line returns are respected) to keep the signature valid. I don't think it's a problem since you were necessarily properly authenticated to post this announce. Is it necessarily to post next security news with a GPG signature here ?

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gna! CA certificate? (posted by Geert Vanderkelen, Sun 15 Feb 2004 02:55:21 PM UTC)

Is the CA Certificate of gna! available somewhere to import into the browser so we don't have to acknowledge it all the time?

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