A. Dreyer wrote:
>I have some experience with CACert - though I am not based in Ireland.
>Do you want to be part of the web of trust or are you just looking into
>it for an easy (and inexpensive) way to get TLS/SSL certificates?
>It should be quite easy to get assurers, as there is a location based
>finder available on the website.
Well, both to be honest. I have signed up and recognise at least one
name of the Irish Assurers list.
I was more referring to people's opinion's on the model/trustworthiness
of CACert. It's a nice idea, but I have seen people having reservations
towards their inclusion (KDE for one). I suppose the question in the end
of the day is "Is it trustworthy and will it work?"
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