1997-07-17 - Re: Verisign gets export approval

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From: Bill Frantz <frantz@netcom.com>
To: Adam Shostack <shamrock@netcom.com (Lucky Green)
Message Hash: 5cf19ff96aad1ff55511f4cf5a876f47076e33d740159f8d77a540fc6a8dfdc4
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UTC Datetime: 1997-07-17 16:34:18 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 18 Jul 1997 00:34:18 +0800

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From: Bill Frantz <frantz@netcom.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 1997 00:34:18 +0800
To: Adam Shostack <shamrock@netcom.com (Lucky Green)
Subject: Re: Verisign gets export approval
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It seems to me that someone who has a one year export approved Verisign
cert should use it to authenticate a new top-level CA cert which they pass
to their customers.  Cut Verisign and their nosy/noisy partner out of the

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