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Re: X.509 and CA certificates for other purposes (i.e. the IGTF)



Le Fri, May 24, 2013 at 12:32:29PM +0200, Dennis van Dok a écrit :
> 
> I've seen the Debconf '12 discussion on X.509 certificate stores[1]
> and the Wiki page that came out of that discussion[2].
> 
> 1.
> http://www.irill.org/videos/debconf-12/895_X.509_Cert_Store_Discussion.mp4
> 2. http://wiki.debian.org/X.509
> 
> As far as I'm aware there aren't many mentions of [2] in the public
> mailing lists, but I'm very interested to discuss where this is going.
> 
> My main interest is the use case for certificates from the science
> grid community. The IGTF[3] has a distribution of accredited CAs that
> are used world-wide to authenticate both services and users. These are
> typically not the kind of CAs you'd trust for on-line banking, but
> services like:
> 
>  - compute clusters
>  - grid storage pools
>  - science clouds
>  - science workflow portals
>  - etc.

Hi Dennis and everybody,

somewhat related to this, I would like to know if there is a package that could
host Amazon's EC2 public certificate ?  In Ubuntu it is added to the euca2ools
package, because a program of this package can use it, but it is not part of
the upstream source (which is not Amazon), so I really would prefer to ship
the certificate somewhere else.

I proposed ca-certificates earlier, but the result was inconclusive.

    http://bugs.debian.org/573857

Would there be a volunteer to maintain new package from scratch if needed ?

Cheers,

-- 
Charles Plessy
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan


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