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Bug#126586: ITP]: mozilla-ca-cert -- Mozilla builtin CA certificates' PEM files


On Thu, Dec 27, 2001 at 05:30:35PM +0900, Fumitoshi UKAI wrote:

> Mozilla has several builtin CA certificate, but it can be useful only in 
> mozilla for now.  It would be very useful for other OpenSSL enabled
> applications, such as w3m-ssl.  This package will provides PEM files
> generated from mozilla certdata.txt, install them to /etc/ssl/certs
> and probably generate hash symlinks by using c_rehash(1).
> So a package using openssl can use /etc/ssl/certs as CApath to verify
> SSL peer certificate.

> What do you think about this package?  Does it make sense?
> If mozilla maintainer or openssl maintainer is interested to provide this
> package, I'd like to tell them how to build this package instead of 
> building this by myself.

> Can we put this package in main?

Is there any chance of including in this package the CA used to sign the 
SSL key for https://db.debian.org/? :)

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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