As soon as the SSL problem was reported, AMS performed additional testing on
many different computers. However, we were unable to duplicate this problem.
If someone else experiences this issue and is concerned, please send an
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On 2/20/08 10:45 AM, "James Galvin" <galvin+ietf(_at_)elistx(_dot_)com> wrote:
AMS obtains certificates for their clients from Starfield
Do you have a concern about this choice or is your concern about
the fact that your browser didn't accept the certificate by default?
If you have a concern about this choice it would help if you could
be specific about what that is. Their web site seems pretty
complete to me so any one of us could "check them out." I think we
need to trust AMS to make a good choice unless we can identify an
As far your browser not accepting the certificate, I'm sure you
realize there a lot of reasons that could happen including the
latest version of Safari "missing" a particular root certificate.
-- On Wednesday, February 20, 2008 6:04 PM +0100 Iljitsch van
Beijnum <iljitsch(_at_)muada(_dot_)com> wrote regarding amsl.com certificate?
I just registered for IETF-71 and tried to pay. I wasn't bothered
too much when I got an SSL warning for the former, but I
hesitate to proceed with the latter, which is also under the
My browser (the latest version of Safari on the Mac) complains
that the issuer of the certificate is untrusted. That would be
Starfield Secure Certification Authority.
Is this a CA in good standing that we should trust?
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