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    Ballot CSC-23 - Marking the EV Code Signing Guidelines SUPERCEDED
    March 26, 2024 by Corey BonnellThe final documents, with the effective date being 2024-03-26, are available here. Results of Voting Yes No Abstain Certificate Issuers Actalis, Asseco (Certum), DigiCert, Entrust, Globalsign, HARICA, IdenTrust, Sectigo, SSL.com Certificate Consumers Microsoft Purpose of the Ballot As agreed at the F2F#61 meeting, this is a ballot to mark the “Guidelines For The Issuance And Management Of Extended Validation Code Signing Certificates” as superceded. The following motion has been proposed by Dimitris Zacharopoulos of HARICA and endorsed by Scott Rea of eMudhra and Martijn Katerbarg of Sectigo.
    Ballot SMC06: Post implementation clarification and corrections
    March 26, 2024 by Stephen DavidsonThe Intellectual Property Review (IPR) period for Ballot SMC06 (Post implementation clarification and corrections) has completed. No IPR Exclusion Notices were filed, and the ballot is adopted as of May 11, 2024. The new S/MIME BR v.1.0.4 have been published to the CABF public website in accordance with the Bylaws: https://cabforum.org/uploads/CA-Browser-Forum-SMIMEBR-1.0.4.pdf IPR Review of Ballot SMC06: Post implementation clarification and corrections This Review Notice is sent pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum’s Intellectual Property Rights Policy (v1.
    Ballot SC-72: Delete except to policyQualifiers in EVGs; align with BRs by making them NOT RECOMMENDED
    March 25, 2024 by Paul van BrouwershavenVoting Results Certificate Issuers 15 votes total, with no abstentions: 15 Issuers voting YES: Buypass, Certum (Asseco), DigiCert, eMudhra, Entrust, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Izenpe, OISTE, SECOM, Sectigo, SwissSign, TWCA, Telia Company 0 Issuers voting NO 0 Issuers ABSTAIN Certificate Consumers 2 votes total, with no abstentions: 2 Consumers voting YES: Apple, Google 0 Consumers voting NO 0 Consumers ABSTAIN Bylaws Requirements Bylaw 2.3(6) requires: In order for a ballot to be adopted by the Forum, two‐thirds (2/3) or more of the votes cast by the Voting Members in the Certificate Issuer category must be in favour of the ballot.
    Ballot SC-65v2: Convert EVGs into RFC 3647 format
    March 15, 2024 by Iñigo BarreiraVoting Results Certificate Issuers 23 votes total, with no abstentions: 23 Issuers voting YES: Actalis, Buypass, Certum (Asseco), CFCA, CommScope, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Entrust, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, IdenTrust, iTrusChina, Izenpe, JPRS, OISTE, SECOM, Sectigo, SSL.com, SwissSign, TWCA, Telia Company 0 Issuers voting NO 0 Issuers ABSTAIN Certificate Consumers 2 votes total, with no abstentions: 2 Consumers voting YES: Microsoft, Mozilla 0 Consumers voting NO 0 Consumers ABSTAIN Bylaws Requirements Bylaw 2.
    Ballot SC-69: Clarify router and firewall logging requirements
    March 12, 2024 by Martijn KaterbargVoting Results Certificate Issuers 26 votes total, with no abstentions: 26 Issuers voting YES: Amazon, Buypass, Certum (Asseco), CFCA, Chunghwa Telecom, CommScope, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust, Fastly, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, IdenTrust, iTrusChina, JPRS, Kamu SM, Let’s Encrypt / ISRG, OISTE, SECOM, Sectigo, SSL.com, SwissSign, Telia Company 0 Issuers voting NO 0 Issuers ABSTAIN Certificate Consumers 2 votes total, with no abstentions: 2 Consumers voting YES: Google, Mozilla 0 Consumers voting NO 0 Consumers ABSTAIN Bylaws Requirements Bylaw 2.
    Ballot SC-70: Clarify the use of DTPs for Domain Control Validation
    February 23, 2024 by Aaron GableVoting Results Certificate Issuers 28 votes total, with no abstentions: • 28 Issuers voting YES: Actalis, Buypass, Certum (Asseco), CFCA, Chunghwa Telecom, CommScope, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, eMudhra, Entrust, Fastly, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, iTrusChina, Izenpe, JPRS, Kamu SM, Let’s Encrypt / ISRG, OISTE, SECOM, Sectigo, SSL.com, SwissSign,Telia Company, Viking Cloud • 0 Issuers voting NO • 0 Issuers ABSTAIN Certificate Consumers 4 votes total, with no abstentions: 4 Consumers voting YES: Apple, Google, Mozilla, Opera 0 Consumers voting NO 0 Consumers ABSTAIN Bylaws Requirements Bylaw 2.
    Ballot SC-68: Allow VATEL and VATXI for organizationIdentifier
    February 1, 2024 by Dimitris ZacharopoulosVoting Results Certificate Issuers 23 votes total, with no abstentions: 23 Issuers voting YES: Actalis, Buypass, CFCA, CommScope, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, eMudhra, Entrust, Fastly, GDCA, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, HARICA, iTrusChina, Izenpe, OISTE, SECOM, Sectigo, SSL.com, SwissSign, Telia Company and Viking Cloud 0 Issuers voting NO 0 Issuers ABSTAIN Certificate Consumers 4 votes total, with no abstentions: 4 Consumers voting YES: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla 0 Consumers voting NO 0 Consumers ABSTAIN Bylaws Requirements Bylaw 2.
    Ballots CSC-21 and CSC-22
    January 17, 2024 by Corey BonnellRESULTS OF REVIEW PERIOD The IPR review period ended on February 28, 2024 and no exclusion notices were filed. The final documents, with the effective date being 2024-02-28, are available here. 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 of 30 days is for one Final Maintenance Guidelines. The complete Draft Maintenance Guideline that is the subject of this Review Notice are available here for CSC-21 and here for CSC-22, in red-line draft format.
    Ballot FORUM 20v2 – Amend Code Signing Certificate Working Group Charter
    January 13, 2024 by Dimitris ZacharopoulosThe voting period for Ballot FORUM-020 v.2 - Amend Code Signing Certificate Working Group Charter has ended and the Ballot has Passed. Here are the results: Voting by Certificate Issuers 23 votes total including abstentions 11 Yes votes: CFCA, eMudhra, Entrust, Fastly, GDCA, GoDaddy, HARICA, IdenTrust, Sectigo, SSL.com, Viking Cloud 1 No votes: DigiCert 0 Abstain: 92% of voting Certificate Issuers voted in favor Voting by Certificate Consumers 1 votes total including abstentions
    Ballot SMC05: Adoption of CAA for S/MIME
    January 8, 2024 by Stephen DavidsonThe Intellectual Property Review (IPR) period for Ballot SMC05 (Adoption of CAA for S/MIME) has completed. No IPR Exclusion Notices were filed, and the ballot is adopted as of February 20, 2024. The new S/MIME BR v.1.0.3 have been published to the CABF public website in accordance with the Bylaws: https://cabforum.org/uploads/CA-Browser-Forum-SMIMEBR-1.0.3.pdf Notice of Review Period SMC05: Adoption of CAA for S/MIME This Review Notice is sent pursuant to Section 4.1 of the CA/Browser Forum’s Intellectual Property Rights Policy (v1.
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