Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of faq/security/mfpl-certificate-authority


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Feb 2, 2013, 5:46:45 PM (7 years ago)
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Daniel Kahn Gillmor
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    1515We are beginning to take a new track. Rather than paying money to corporation to prove that we are who we say we are, we are using our own Certificate Authority.  We use this certificate authority to certify the identity of some of our web sites, like the OpenPGP keyserver https://keys.mayfirst.org.
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    17 The catch: You have to install our Certificate Authority in your web browser and other tools. You can do that by fetching the link below that says `mfpl.cert` and following the appropriate instructions for your browser or other tool.
     17The catch: You have to install our Certificate Authority in your web browser and other tools. You can do that by fetching [raw-attachment:mfpl.crt] and following the appropriate instructions for your browser or other tool.
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    2020= Verifying the certificate =
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    22 If you'd like to confirm that this certificate is the proper certificate (and you have the gpg key for Jamie), you can download our respective asc files and run:
     22If you'd like to confirm that this certificate is the proper certificate (and you have the gpg key for Jamie), you can download our respective asc files ([raw-attachment:mfpl.crt.dkg.asc from dkg], [raw-attachment:mfpl.crt.jamie.asc from jamie]) and run:
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