User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.2; de; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20100722 Firefox/3.6.8 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729) Build Identifier: NSS Revision: 1.58 $ $Date: 2010/02/16 from certdata.txt # Certificate "RSA Root Certificate 1" # CKA_CLASS CK_OBJECT_CLASS CKO_CERTIFICATE CKA_TOKEN CK_BBOOL CK_TRUE CKA_PRIVATE CK_BBOOL CK_FALSE CKA_MODIFIABLE CK_BBOOL CK_FALSE CKA_LABEL UTF8 "RSA Root Certificate 1" CKA_CERTIFICATE_TYPE CK_CERTIFICATE_TYPE CKC_X_509 CKA_SUBJECT MULTILINE_OCTAL I would assume after reading RSA, that this CA belongs to RSA Security Inc but the issuer is Issuer: L=ValiCert Validation Network,O=ValiCert\, Inc.,OU=ValiCert any chance to get this renamed please? thanks in advance Reproducible: Always
Yeah, this is Bizarre. Anyone know (remember?) how this happened? Was this because of CA mergers and acquisitions? Does the Valicert cert belong there? What happened to that RSA cert?
This root, "OU = ValiCert Class 3 Policy Validation Authority" is owned by RSA. It is a legacy, 1024-bit root. Email that I have from RSA says: "The Valicert Class 3 root is the signatory of the intermediate RSA Public Root V1 which we use to sign our end customers. According to email I have from RSA, RSA is in the process of retiring this root. They have not done new signings with this root in over a year.
This root was removed in Bug 1021967.