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Addressing non-FQDNs and new gTLDs in SSL Baseline Requirements
Addressing non-FQDNs and new gTLDs in SSL Baseline Requirements
Addressing non-FQDNs and new gTLDs in SSL Baseline Requirements
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Addressing non-FQDNs and new gTLDs in SSL Baseline Requirements

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CA/Browser Forum RSA deck on non FQDNs and new gTLDs

CA/Browser Forum RSA deck on non FQDNs and new gTLDs

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  • 1. CA/Browser Forum
  • 2. May 2009 - ICANN should consider expanding reserved names of RFC 2606 to include commonly used internal TLDs, such as .internal, .local, .private, .corp, .home May 2011 – CABF announces public review of Baseline Requirements with plan to sunset internal names July 2012 – Baseline Requirements effective – CA must notify customers that non-FQDNs deprecated Nov. 1, 2015 – No Issuance of Certificates with non-FQDNs October 1, 2016 - All Internal Name Certificates revoked February 2013 – Ballot 96 amends Baseline Requirements
  • 3. CA shouldn’t issue certificate with proposed gTLD CA must warn applicant that certificates with applied-for gTLD will be revoked when approved 30 days to review existing certificates and cease issuing certificates containing new gTLD 120 days to revoke certificate containing new gTLD Unless Applicant entitled to use domain under new gTLD
  • 4. https://www.cabforum.org/GuidanceDeprecated-Internal-Names.pdf Ben Wilson, CA/Browser Forum www.cabforum.org

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