Re: Certificate Authority Services

Subject: Re: Certificate Authority Services
From: "Mandy Williams" <mandy -dot- williams -at- trustdst -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 10:16:25 -0600


Hello Peggy,

My company, Digital Signature Trust (DST), provides CA services. Anyone can
apply for the type of digital certificates you require by visiting our Web
site at www.trustdst.com. In addition, I believe Microsoft has a support
page devoted to certificates, which lists several CA vendors including DST
(although I don't recall the exact location).

Mandy Williams
Business Analyst
Digital Signature Trust (DST)
mandy -dot- williams -at- trustdst -dot- com


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Subject: Certificate Authority Services
From: "Pegasus Writer" <pegasuswriter -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 09:40:17 -0500
X-Message-Number: 18

Dear Techwr-l Members:

I checked the archives, but didn't come up with anything. May have used the
wrong search criteria. Can anyone point me to a Web site - perhaps more
than one - that provides some sort of list of Certificate Authority
Services? A Google search of Certificate Authority Services resulted in
thousands of hits - a little hard to wade through to find what I need.
Identified only one site (by Netscape) that contained a list and it only
listed 5 or 6 CA Service companies.

For what it's worth, I need this information for a manual for a new product
that requires the customer to purchase and install an X.509 Version 3
Digital Certificate. They can use any CA Service Company they choose, but I
would like to tell there where/how to look for one. Appreciate any
suggestions.

Thanks,

Peggy Lee


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