On Thursday 25 March 2004 10.12, Haim Ashkenazi wrote: > [...] decided to buy certificate from > versign [...] [ok, this goes offtopic.sorry.] You sure about that? Verisign is the company who break DNS (yes, the world wide DNS. Not just their servers. Well, it *was* their servers, but that's exactly the problem) in some respect to increase their profit (search some tech news site for wildcard dns record), were forced to undo that, and announced they would do it again in the near future. Verisign is the company who sold a certificate for microsoft.com to some joe random - so I guess somebody might do the same for your site.. Verisign is the company who routinely spams people who try to change their domain name registration to a different provider, or who have done so in the past. [I think their 'separating out' the registry business and all this is a technicality. It's still the same]. No, I won't name any other company here, and I'm not afiliated to any company selling certificates. cheers -- vbi -- There are never enough hours in a day, but always too many days before Saturday.