On 01/29/2010 09:42 AM, makrober:
> Johnathan Nightingale wrote:Even though I agree with you that there is an understanding that the
>> 1) We have never claimed as a matter of policy that our PKI decisions
>> can protect people from malicious governments. It's just not a
>> plausible promise for us to make.
> With due respect, "never have made the promise" just doesn't cut it in
security decisions taken at Mozilla, being it by fixing flaws or here at
this group with admitting CAs, are made to protect and provide
reasonable security to the users, I'm ignoring the rest of your message
as a distraction from the problem at hand. If you feel you would like to
discuss your idea, lets do so under a different thread.
Having said that, most CAs disclose in their policies compliance to
On CNNIC website, it's clearly stated that CNNIC is directly administrated by
You are right, CNNIC is not a government, but it's directly managed by the
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