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Ballot CSC-8 v3: Update to Revocation response mechanisms. key protection for EV certificates, and clean-up of 11.2.1 & Appendix B

The voting period for Ballot CSC-8 has ended and the Ballot has Passed. Here are the results: Voting by Certificate Issuers – 7 votes total including abstentions – 6 Yes votes: Certum (Asseco), DigiCert, Entrust, GlobalSign, HARICA, Sectigo – 0 No votes – 1 Abstain: GoDaddy 87% of voting Certificate Issuers voted in favor. Voting by Certificate Consumers – 1 ... Read More »

Ballot CSC-7v2: Update to merge EV and Non-EV clauses

Voting has closed on this ballot and the results are as follows: CAs voting in favor (7): Actalis, DigiCert, Entrust, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA CAs opposed: None CAs abstaining: None Certificate Consumers voting in favor (1): MicrosoftCertificate Consumers opposed: NoneCertificate Consumers abstaining: None Therefore the ballot CSC-7 passes. Purpose of the Ballot: The CSC-2 merger of the Code Signing BRs ... Read More »

Special Ballot CSCWG-5: Election of Code Signing Certificate Working Group Vice Chair

Special Ballot CSCWG-5: Election of Code Signing Certificate Working Group Vice Chair The following motion has been proposed by the Code Signing Certificate Working Group Chair Dean Coclin of DigiCert. Purpose of Ballot This special ballot is to confirm the new Vice Chair of the Code Signing Certificate Working Group. — MOTION BEGINS — In accordance with Bylaw 4.1©, Bruce ... Read More »

Ballot CSC-4 v1: Move deadline for transition to RSA-3072 and SHA-2 timestamp tokens

Voting on this ballot has closed. The results are below: 7 CAs voting in favor: Actalis, DigiCert, Entrust Datacard, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA 0 CAs opposed 0 CAs abstaining 1 Certificate Consumer voting in favor: Microsoft 0 Certificate Consumers opposed 0 Certificate Consumers abstaining Therefore the ballot passes. Dean Coclin CSCWG Chair Ballot CSC-4 v1: Move deadline for transition to ... Read More »

Ballot CSCWG-3: Election of Code Signing Certificate Working Group Chair

Ballot Results Voting on Ballot CSCWG-3 has ended and the results are below: Certificate Issuers Votes in Favor: (9) Actalis, DigiCert, eMudhra, Entrust, GDCA, GlobalSign, HARICA, SSL.com, SecureTrust (former Trustwave) Votes opposed: None Abstentions: None Certificate Consumers Votes in Favor: (1) Microsoft Votes Opposed: None Abstentions: None Therefore the Ballot passes. Ballot Content The following motion has been proposed by ... Read More »

Ballot CSCWG-2: Combine Baseline and EV Code Signing Documents

Ballot Results Voting on Ballot CSCWG-2 has ended and the results are below: Certificate Issuers Votes in Favor: (10) Actalis, Sectigo, DigiCert, eMudhra, Entrust Datacard, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, SSL.com Votes opposed: None Abstentions: None Certificate Consumers Votes in Favor: (1) Microsoft Votes Opposed: None Abstentions: None Results Therefore the Ballot passes. Dean Coclin CSCWG Chair Ballot Content Purpose of Ballot ... Read More »

Ballot CSC-1: Adopt Baseline Requirements version 1.2

*NOTICE OF REVIEW PERIOD* ** This Review Notice is sent pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum's Intellectual Property Rights Policy (v1.3). This Review Period is for a Final Guideline (60 day Review Period). Attached is a complete Draft Guideline subject of this Review Notice. Ballot for Review: Ballot CSCWG-1 https://cabforum.org/pipermail/cscwg-public/2019-June/000043.html Start of Review Period: June 13, 2019 at ... Read More »

Ballot 180 – Readopting the BRs, EVGL, EV Code Signing, and NCSSR Guidelines with Amendments

Ballot 180 has passed – see results below. Ballot 180 Results CAs – 18 yes, 0 no, 3 abstain (plus one yes vote on the Management list, which will not be counted) Browsers – 5 yes, 0 no, 0 abstain Result: Ballot 180 passes (requires 2/3 affirmative vote by CAs and majority affirmative vote by browsers).  Quorum is 10 votes ... Read More »

Ballot 172 – Removal of permanentIdentifier from EV Code Signing Guidelines

Voting on Ballot 172, “Removal of Permanent Identifier” has now closed. The results are as follows: From the CAs, we received 9 YES votes, 1 NO vote and 7 Abstentions From the Browsers, we received 1 YES vote, 0 NO votes and 0 Abstentions Therefore the ballot passes.  Full results can be seen on the ballot tracker: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FBsMZjlzyvK3mFR1u4qMqvZwlI86yJ-v0am1pCBo8uI/edit#gid=4 Dean Coclin ... Read More »