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.mac as a Certificate Authority???
Authored by: Yelsmek on Jun 06, '05 11:32:21PM
I too would like to know what this blurb means in the Certificate Assistant:
"How do I get a certificate?
In order to obtain a valid certificate, you must form a certificate request and send it to a certificate authority. If the authority agrees, it will make your certificate and return it to you. There are many ways to do this. You can use Certificate Assistant, you can use the web site of a commercial certificate authority, or you can obtain a personal certificate from .Mac. You can obtain and hold many certificates signed by different CAs that are each valid separately and subject to different policies. For example, you may have one certificate that allows you to sign email, and another that allows you to identify yourself on iChat."
How does one get one from .mac?

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