Talk:CA/Browser Forum

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Suggestion?[edit]

I work for Comodo, a member of the CA/Browser Forum. On April 2 I edited the initial article pretty heavily, and I plan to do further work on it. If you have comments or suggestions, I would appreciate it if you would leave them here or on my talk page. Thanks.Katharine908 (talk) 14:48, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

Request more info[edit]

>>It is a great step forward in establishing verified identity for websites considers MSDN in its blog >>post[5]. Also, Microsoft's vision is that the backbone of an Internet identity system is composed of >>Extended Validation SSL Certificates intimately integrated with the users' browsing experience[6].

Perhaps other companys, organi[s|z]ations and individuals have an opinion as well on the relative importance of EV certs. To avoid trivializing EV, their opinions could be mentioned here. Would you like some examples? mailto:/gerdesj@blueloop.net . Oh: 212.159.124.181 (talk) 01:03, 24 June 2009 (UTC)

Sound more like advert[edit]

This is basically an advertisement, in my humble opinion. Surprised it hasn't been flagged up as so — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wk muriithi (talkcontribs)

The CA/Browser Forum isn't selling anything. It's where the browser vendors and CAs discuss security. In practice, it's mostly a mailing list.[1]. John Nagle (talk) 21:37, 7 October 2016 (UTC)

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