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Ballot 127 – Verification of Agency in EV Guidelines 11.7.2 (passes)

Voting on Ballot 127 We received Yes votes from Actalis, Buypass, DigiCert, GlobalSign, Logius PKIoverheid, OpenTrust, QuoVadis, SECOM, Symantec, Trend Micro, Trustwave, TurkTrust, WoSign, and Mozilla. There were no Nay votes and no Abstentions. Therefore, Ballot 127 passes. Version 1.4.9 of the EV Guidelines can be found here:  EV SSL Certificate Guidelines Version 1.4.9 = = = This ballot was ... Read More »

2014-07-10 Minutes

Minutes of Teleconference held Thursday, 10 July 2014 Antitrust Statement:  Read by Ben. Roll Call:  Tim Hollebeek, Doug Beattie, Patrick Tronnier , Atsushi Inaba, Ben Wilson, Tim Shirley, Chris Casciano, Mads Henriksveen, Kirk Hall, Cecilia Kam, Dean Coclin, Jeremy Rowley, Wayne Thayer, Kelvin Yiu, Moudrick Dadashov, Conny Enke, Dave Barnet, Robin Alden, Ryan Sleevi Agenda Review:  Reviewed. Approve Minutes:  Minutes ... Read More »

Ballot 128 – CP Review Working Group (passes)

Voting closed on July 9, 2014. In Favor:  Buypass, DigiCert, GlobalSign, OPENTRUST, QuoVadis, SECOM, Symantec, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, WoSign, Opera, Mozilla and Microsoft. Abstaining:  Actalis Result: Ballot passes. Ballot 128 – CP Review Working Group During the CAB Forum face-to-face meeting, we discussed creating a working group to compare the NIST IR proposal and various with the existing CAB Forum ... Read More »

Notice of IPR Review Period for Amendment to the EV Code Signing Guidelines by Ballot 117

Pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum’s IPR Policy, this is notice of the commencement of a 30-day IPR maintenance-guideline review period by which certain provisions of the IPR will become applicable to these recent changes made to the EV Code Signing Guidelines by Ballot 117. Ballot 117 clarified what is allowed in the Common Name and Subject Alternative ... Read More »

Notice of IPR Review Period for Amendments Made to the EV Guidelines by Ballots 113, 114, 119, 120, and 124

Pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum’s IPR Policy, this is notice of the commencement of a 30-day IPR maintenance-guideline review period by which certain provisions of the IPR will become applicable to these recent changes made to the EV Guidelines by Ballots 113, 114, 119, 120, and 124. Ballot 113 revised the definition of a Qualified Independent Information ... Read More »

Notice of IPR Review Period for Amendments to Baseline Requirements per Ballots 112 and 120

Pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum’s IPR Policy, this is notice of the commencement of a 30-day IPR maintenance-guideline review period by which certain provisions of the IPR will become applicable to these recent changes made to the Baseline Requirements by Ballots 112 and 120. Ballot 112 replaced “Internal Server Name” with use of the term “Internal Name” ... Read More »

2014-06-26 Minutes

  Antitrust Statement:  Read by Ben.   Roll Call:  Atsushi Inaba, Ben Wilson, Stephen Davidson, Doug Beattie, Kirk Hall, Eddy Nigg, Mads Henriksveen, Sissel Hoel, Chris Casciano, Wayne Thayer, Gerv Markham, Rick Andrews, Dave Barnet, John Amaral, and Ryan Sleevi   Application of OATI:  We have reviewed OATI’s application.  The OATI root certificate is trusted only in Internet Explorer.  Kirk ... Read More »

2014-06-16, 17 & 18 Minutes

Face-to-Face Meeting 32 – Eilat Antitrust Statement The antitrust statement was read. Roll Call Present:  Ben Wilson, Dean Coclin, Jeremy Rowley, Robin Alden, Eddy Nigg, Kelvin Yiu, Iñigo Barreira, Rick Andrews, Atsushi Inaba, Doug Beattie, Don Sheehy, Kirk Hall, Gerv Markham, Moudrick Dadashov, and Wayne Thayer Day 1 -Monday, 16 June 2014 SSL Performance WG (prepared by Kelvin Yiu) Wayne ... Read More »

2014-06-16, 17 and 18 Summary of Face-to-Face

Summary of CABF face-to-face Meeting 32 in Eilat   Mon. 16 June 2014   Performance Working Group Wayne reviewed the discussions to date, which have involved certificate size, the initial TCP congestion window, and the number of SANs in a certificate.  The group decided that we could wrap up work by the group with a summary document that explains some ... Read More »

Ballot 124 – Business Entity Clarification (passed)

Ballot 124 – Business Entity Clarification Voting closed on June 5, 2014.  We received votes in favor from Actalis, ANF, Buypass, DigiCert, Disig, Firmaprofesional, GlobalSign, GoDaddy.com, Logius PKIoverheid, Mozilla, QuoVadis, StartCom, Symantec, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, OpenTrust, and WoSign. There were no votes against and no abstentions. Therefore, Ballot 124 passed. The EV Guidelines Working Group identified an erroneous cross-reference in ... Read More »