Aaron Poulsen – (Amazon), Adam Jones – (Microsoft), Adrian Mueller – (SwissSign), Ben Wilson – (Mozilla), Brianca Martin – (Amazon), Clint Wilson – (Apple), Corey Bonnell – (DigiCert), Corey Rasmussen – (OATI), David Kluge – (Google), Dean Coclin – (DigiCert), Dimitris Zacharopoulos – (HARICA), Doug Beattie – (GlobalSign), Dustin Hollenback – (Microsoft), Ellie Lu – (TrustAsia Technologies, Inc.), Enrico Entschew – (D-TRUST), Fumi Yoneda – (Japan Registry Services), Inaba Atsushi – (GlobalSign), Iñigo Barreira – (Sectigo), Janet Hines – (VikingCloud), Joanna Fox – (TrustCor Systems), Johnny Reading – (GoDaddy), Jos Purvis – (Fastly), Mads Henriksveen – (Buypass AS), Martijn Katerbarg – (Sectigo), Michelle Coon – (OATI), Nargis Mannan – (VikingCloud), Peter Miskovic – (Disig), Rebecca Kelley – (Apple), Rollin Yu – (TrustAsia Technologies, Inc.), Ryan Dickson – (Google), Stephen Davidson – (DigiCert), Tadahiko Ito – (SECOM Trust Systems), Thomas Zermeno – (SSL.com), Tobias Josefowitz – (Opera Software AS), Trevoli Ponds-White – (Amazon), Wayne Thayer – (Fastly), Wendy Brown – (US Federal PKI Management Authority), Yoshiro Yoneya – (Japan Registry Services)
Dimitris announced the list of attendees.
Dimitris read the note-well.
Minutes of the March 30th meeting were approved. F2F 58 minutes were also approved.
Iñigo gave the servercert-wg update. Last time, the open Github issues
were discussed as well as converting the EVGs to 3647 format. There are
no plans to combine the EVGs and TLS BRs at this time.
Dean gave the code signing-wg update. CSC-18 (malware revocation) is in
the discussion period. The group all discussed removing references to
the TLS BRs in the CS BRs. Dimitris and Martijn are leading this effort.
Stephen gave the smime-wg update. The group is answering questions that
are being raised as CAs implement the SMBRs. There is an erratum ballot
that will resolve several minor issues and clarifications that were
identified. This draft ballot will be moved to discussion period soon.
The ballot will have the same effective date as the SMBRs itself. CAA
for SMIME was also discussed. The group has agreed to wait until the IETF
specification is published as an RFC to create a ballot. One Certificate
Consumer is looking for example hierarchies that comply with the SMBRs for
their testing. It was also announced that DigiCert will be releasing a
new linting suite for SMIME.
Jos reported that the Infrastructure SC did not meet this week.
Clint gave the netsec-wg update. Henry Birge-Lee joined the meeting to
discuss their research on DNSSEC and its potential utility as a mitigation
against network hijacking. Such a requirement may be proposed for inclusion
in the NCSSRs. The group discussed the relative priority for such a proposal,
especially in comparison with the working being done for multi-perspective
domain validation. Clint said he will lead a sub-group to develop a concrete
Dimitris said that multi-perspective domain validation and DNSSEC falls more
firmly into servercert as opposed to netsec. Clint said that every CA for
all certificate types will be making outbound connections as part of their
validation processes, so they are relevant. Trev said this is why concrete
ballot language is needed to see whether changes to NCSSRs are needed.
Dimitris walked through the proposed Bylaws changes and the associated Github
- Several members have provided feedback. Dimitris will reach out to the
contributors to the discussion on how to best resolve the outstanding items.
Dimitris also called for endorsers to these changes.
There was no other business. Meeting adjourned and the servercert-wg session began.