The same thing will happen to Verisign in 2001.
At 11:13 AM 7/21/99 -0400, you wrote:
>We are using IIS 4.0 under NT 4.0 SP3 and have the Certificate Server
>software deployed to assign encryption keys for use with SSL.
>All is working correctly except that it appears our "Certificate Authority"
>Certificate is not trusted, so all of the certificates we issue through the
>key manager produce a warning dialog box on the end user's browser when
>accessing web sites on our server secured by SSL and one of our internally
>Our research to date into a solution to this problem suggest that our
>customers must purchase a certificate from some agency like VeriSign in
>order to eliminate this warning when their secure site is accessed by the
>Can anyone point us in the right direction to eliminate the need for every
>web site buying certificates? Ideally, we would like to become a "trusted"
>Certificate Authority so that we can issue Certificates that do not exhibit
>the untrusted warning. How is this done?
>George G. Stossel, President Phone: 419.352.3568
>DACOR, Inc. FAX: 419.353.0149
>519 W. Wooster Street Sales: 800.447.5333
>Bowling Green, OH 43402-2763 03 USA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> WWW: <http://www.dacor.com/>
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