It does what it says on the tin, will probably never get into the
distributed list of certs in major browsers, but still marginally better
than a self-signed cert. There are a few assurers now in Ireland, and
we'll all be happy to assure you in person.
On Tue, Feb 07, 2006 at 01:30:48AM +0000, Cian Davis wrote:
> Anyone have experience or an opinion of CACert.org? I've googled and
> read around but interested in people's personal opinion - particularly
> those in Ireland.
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