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Re: Cypherpunk Certification Authority

	You can also snag the apache/ssl webserver and set one up for
yourself, to see what it looks like. Non-commercial use only, as
limited by the RSAREF license.
	The SSL webserver on c2.org is "verisign blessed", so you
can't use it for testing. (Hm, someone should think up a suitably
derisive term of that..)

> Alex Strasheim wrote:
> > 
> > > Basicly when the browser finds a new CA that it does know about it promts
> > > the user and through a series of dialog boxes the user chooses to trust it
> > > or not.
> > 
> > Is anyone running an ssl web server that would let us see how this works?
>   A little bird pointed me toward https://www.secret.org.  I have no
> idea who they are...
> 	--Jeff
> -- 
> Jeff Weinstein - Electronic Munitions Specialist
> Netscape Communication Corporation
> [email protected] - http://home.netscape.com/people/jsw
> Any opinions expressed above are mine.

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