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Ballot 88 – BR_9_2_4_Errata-ISO3166

Ballot 88 – BR_9_2_4_Errata-ISO3166 (Passed) Motion Jeremy Rowley made the following motion and Rick Andrews and Rich Smith endorsed it: … Motion begins… Effective immediately … Erratum begins … 1. Add a new Definition: Country: Either a member of the United Nations OR a geographic region recognized as a sovereign nation by at least two UN member nations. 2. Modify ... Read More »

Ballot 89 – Adopt Guidelines for the Processing of EV SSL Certificates v.2

Ballot 89 – Adopt Guidelines for the Processing of EV SSL Certificates v.2 (Rick Andrews is reworking document) Motion Motion begins The CA/Browser Forum adopts the “Requirements for the Processing of Extended Validation SSL Certificate, v. 2.0”.   Upon adoption the document will be posted as a Forum Guideline on the CA/Browser Forum Web site. The ballot review period comes into ... Read More »

2012-09-06 Minutes

Notes of meeting CAB Forum 6 September 2012 Version 1 1.   Present:  Phill Hallam-Baker, Chris Palmer, Ben Wilson, Eddy Nigg, Jeremy Rowley, Simon Labramm, Kirk Hall, Steve Roylance, Wayne Thayer, Atsushi Inaba, Rick Andrews, Rich Smith, Brad Hill, Robin Alden, Geoff Keating, Mads Henriksveen, Patricia Forsyth.   Quorum equals 6. 2. Agenda review The agenda was reviewed. 3. Minutes of Meeting ... Read More »

Ballot 87 – Instant Runoff Ballot on Governance

Ballot 87 – Instant Runoff Ballot on Governance Instant Runoff Ballot on Governance Voting by instant-runoff 17 Members Voted Mozilla: PayPal,DigiCert, Trend, No Change, Microsoft StartCom: TrendMicro, No Change Trustwave: PayPal, DigiCert TrendMicro: TrendMicro, No change, Microsoft, DigiCert, PayPal Logius PKIoverheid: TrendMicro, Microsoft SSC: TrendMicro, No Change Symantec: Microsoft, DigiCert, TrendMicro, PayPal, No Change DigiCert: DigiCert, Microsoft, TrendMicro, PayPal BuyPass: ... Read More »

Ballot 85 – Governance Reform

Ballot 85 – Governance Reform (Passed Unanimously) Motion Pursuant to a motion made and approved at the face-to-face meeting of Forum members in Gjovik Norway, the CAB Forum has posted the four (4) governance proposals to https://cabforum.org, and indicated that one of these governance proposals, or a “no change” proposal, should be adopted by the Forum, by the following voting ... Read More »

2012-08-23 Minutes

Notes of meeting CAB Forum 23 August  2012 1.   Present:  Ben Wilson, Eddy Nigg, Jeremy Rowley, Mads Henriksveen, Sissel Hoel, Atsushi Inaba, Gerv Markham, Rick Andrews, Yngve Pettersen, Rich Smith, Brad Hill, Bill Madell, Robin Alden, Geoff Keating,  and Ryan Sleevi.   Quorum equals 6. 2. Agenda review The agenda was reviewed. 3. Minutes of Meeting 9-Aug-2012 Minutes of 9 August ... Read More »

CA/Browser Forum adopts Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy

In order to protect the Intellectual Property of its members, the CA/Browser forum has adopted an IPR policy which has been signed by over 30 companies including the biggest names in the technology industry. The complete list of current members is here: https://cabforum.org/forum.html. The policy can be found on the IPR Policy page:  IPR Policy   Read More »

2012-08-09 Minutes

Notes of meeting CAB Forum 9 August  2012 Version 1 1.   Present:  Ben Wilson, Eddy Nigg, Jeremy Rowley, Gerv Markham, Sid Stamm, Rick Andrews, Kirk Hall, Dean Coclin, Joe Kaluzny, Chris Bailey, Wayne Thayer, Steve Roylance, Yngve Pettersen, Rich Smith, Brad Hill, Robin Alden, Stephen Davidson,  Tom Albertson, Phill Hallam-Baker, Moudrick Dadashov, Ryan Koski, and Geoff Keating.   Quorum equals 7. ... Read More »

Ballot 83 – Adopt Network and Certificate System Security Requirements

On Ballot 83, there were “YES” votes from nine CAs and two Browsers.   There were “NO” votes from four CAs and one Browser.  Three CAs abstained. Therefore, Ballot 83 passes with 69% of CAs and 66% of Browsers in favor. Ben Wilson made the following motion, and Bill Madell and Rick Andrews endorsed it: Motion begins As of 1 January ... Read More »

Forum Discussions are Now Public

The CA/Browser Forum has created a public mailing list, intended to be used for normal CA/Browser Forum discussions, which can be read (but not posted to) by interested parties. Visit the list’s web page to sign up. Read More »