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Ballot 15 – Certificate Renewal
July 25, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 15 – Certificate Renewal (Passed Unanimously) Motion Nick Hales has made the following motion, and Bruce Morton and Tony Berman have endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Replace this paragraph from Section 8 (b) Maximum Validity Period (b) For Validated Data the age of validated data used to support issuance of an EV Certificate (before revalidation is required) SHALL NOT exceed the following limits:
Ballot 14 – Allowed EKUs
June 17, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 14 – Allowed EKUs (Passed Unanimously) Motion Bruce Morton has made the following motion, and Inigo Barreira and Johnathan Nightingale have endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Replace the following paragraph from Section 1.(b) “This version of the Guidelines addresses only requirements for EV Certificates intended to be used for server-authentication SSL/TLS on the Internet. Similar requirements for client-authentication SSL/TLS, S/MIME, code-signing, time-stamping, VoIP, IM, Web services, etc.
Ballot 13 – QGIS for Place of Business
May 5, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 13 – QGIS for Place of Business (Passed Unanimously) Motion Steve Roylance made the following motion, and Jay Schiavo and Bruce Morton endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Replace Section 16a with the following text. (a) Address of Applicant’s Place of Business (1) Verification Requirements To verify Applicant’s physical existence and business presence, the CA MUST verify that the physical address provided by
Ballot 12 – Adoption of Guidelines v1.1
April 10, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 12 – Adoption of Guidelines v1.1 (Passed Unanimously) Motion Nick Hales has made the following motion, and Johnathan Nightingale and Bjorn Vermo have endorsed it: Motion begins The CABForum should adopt the “Guidelines for the issuance and management of extended validation certificates Version 1.1 Draft 03” as Version 1.1 of its Guidelines, effective immediately upon completion of the ballot period. Motion ends The ballot review period comes into effect at 1700 EDT on (Thursday) 27 Mar 2008, and will close at 1700 EDT on (Thursday) 3 Apr 2008.
Ballot 11 – Prior Equivalent Authority
April 10, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 11 – Prior Equivalent Authority (Passed) Motion Bruce Morton has made the following motion, and Nick Hales and Jay Schiavo have endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Add 19(c)(6): Prior Equivalent Authority. The signing authority of the Contract Signer, and/or the EV authority of the Certificate Approver, MAY be verified by relying on a demonstration of Prior Equivalent Authority. (A) Prior Equivalent Authority of a Contract Signer MAY be relied upon for confirmation or verification of the signing authority of the Contract Signer when the Contract Signer has executed a binding contract between the CA and the Applicant with a legally valid and enforceable seal or handwritten signature and only when the contract was executed more than 90 days prior to the EV certificate application.
Version 1.1 of EV Guidelines Approved
April 10, 2008 by Ben Wilson“Guidelines for the issuance and management of extended validation certificates Version 1.1 Draft 03” was adopted as Version 1.1 of the EV Guidelines, effective April 10, 2008, pursuant to Ballot 12.
Ballot 10 – Non-Latin Names
February 12, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 10 – Non-Latin Names (Passed) Motion The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Appendix F Foreign Organization Name Guidelines NOTE: This appendix is only relevant to EV applications from countries that do not have Latin character organization name registrations. More specific information for particular countries may be added to this appendix in the future. Where an EV Applicant’s organization name is not registered with a QGIS in Latin characters and the applicant’s foreign character organization name and registration have been verified with a QGIS in accordance with these Guidelines, a CA MAY include a Latin character organization name in the EV certificate.
Ballot 8 – Foreign Organization Name
February 12, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 8 – Foreign Organization Name (Passed) Motion Tony Berman has accepted amendments to his motion: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Appendix F Foreign Organization Name Guidelines NOTE: This appendix is only relevant to EV applications from countries that do not have Latin character organization name registrations. More specific information for particular countries may be added to this appendix in the future.
Ballot 7 – Parent Subsidiary
February 3, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 7 – Parent Subsidiary (Passed Unanimously) Motion Tony Berman has made the following motion, and Peri Drucker and Bruce Morton have endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Section 16 (a) (1) Add: “or a Parent/Subsidiary Company”. The revised section shall read: “(a) Address of Applicant’s Place of Business (1) Verification Requirements To verify Applicant’s physical existence and business presence, the CA MUST verify that the physical address provided by
Ballot 6 – Non Commercial Entity Type
February 3, 2008 by Ben WilsonBallot 6 – Non Commercial Entity Type (Passed Unanimously) Motion Tony Berman has made the following motion, and Peri Drucker and Bruce Morton have endorsed it: Motion begins The Guidelines should be amended by the following erratum. Erratum begins Section 5 of the guidelines Add the following subsection: “(e) Non-Commercial Entity Subjects The CA MAY issue EV Certificates to Non-Commercial Entities who do not qualify under subsections (b), (c) and (d) but satisfy the following requirements:
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