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Ballot SC39v3: Definition of Critical Vulnerability

The voting period for Ballot SC39v3 has concluded and the Ballot has Passed. Voting Results Certificate Issuers 22 votes total, with no abstentions 23 Yes votes: Buypass, Camerfirma, Certum, Chunghwa Telecom, D-Trust, DigiCert, Disig, eMudgra, Entrust, Firmaprofesional, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Izenpe, Let’s Encrypt, NAVER, Sectigo, SecureTrust, SwissSign, TWCA, Telia Company, TrustCor, Visa 0 No Votes 0 Abstentions Certificate Consumers 5 ... Read More »

Ballot SC28: Logging and Log Retention

The voting period for Ballot SC28v6 has ended and the Ballot has Passed. Here are the results:Voting by Certificate Issuers – 19 votes total including abstentions – 19 Yes votes: Actalis, Amazon, Buypass, Certigna (DHIMYOTIS), Certum (Asseco), Chunghwa Telecom, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Entrust Datacard, GDCA, GlobalSign, iTrusChina, NAVER, OISTE, SSL.com, SwissSign, TrustCor, SecureTrust (former Trustwave), Visa– 0 No votes:– 0 Abstain: ... Read More »

Ballot SC21 – the Network and Certificate Systems Security Requirements section 3 (Log Integrity Controls)

The voting period for Ballot SC21 has ended and the Ballot has Passed.  Here are the results:Voting by Certificate Issuers – 24 votes total including abstentions 24 Yes votes: Actalis, Amazon, Buypass, Certum (Asseco), Chunghwa Telecom, Sectigo (former Comodo CA), D-TRUST, DarkMatter, DigiCert, eMudhra, Entrust Datacard, Firmaprofesional, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Izenpe, Kamu SM, Let’s Encrypt, SSL.com, SwissSign, TrustCor, SecureTrust ... Read More »

Ballot SC3: Two-Factor Authentication and Password Improvements

The voting period for Ballot SC3 has ended, and the ballot has PASSED.  Here are the results. Voting by CAs – 17 votes total including abstentions  17 Yes votes: Amazon, Buypass, CFCA, Chunghwa Telecom, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust Datacard, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Kamu Sertifikasyon Merkezi, QuoVadis, SHECA, TWCA, TrustCor  0 No votes  0 Abstain100% of voting CAs voted in favor Voting ... Read More »

Ballot 221 – Two-Factor Authentication and Password Improvements

The voting period for Ballot 221 has ended and the ballot has failed.  Here are the results. Voting by CAs – 6 votes total including abstentions 6 Yes votes: Amazon, DigiCert, HARICA, Kamu Sertifikasyon Merkezi, TWCA, TrustCor 0 No votes: 0 Abstain: 100% of voting CAs voted in favor Voting by browsers – 1 vote total including abstentions 0 Yes ... Read More »

Ballot 210 – Misc. Changes to the NCSSR

Results on Ballot 210 – Misc. Changes to the Network and Certificate System Security Requirements The voting period for Ballot 210 has ended and the ballot has passed.  Here are the results. Voting by CAs – 18 votes total including abstentions   18 Yes votes: Amazon, Buypass, Chunghwa Telecom, Cisco, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Logius PKIoverheid, ... 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 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 »

Ballot 76 – Public Review of Network Security Controls

Ballot 76 – Public Review of Network Security Controls (Passed) Motion Ben Wilson made the following motion, and Eddy Nigg and Gerv Markham endorsed it: Motion begins Members of the CAB Forum have drafted Network Security Requirements, dated May 14,2012, and setting a baseline level of network security for all certification authorities that operate or manage a root certificate embedded ... Read More »