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Subject: Feedback report on "Applied PKI - Lesson 1"
Dear List; A few days back I posted the following document: http://w1.181.telia.com/~u18116613/A.R.AppliedPKI-Lesson-1.pdf I did immediately receive a number of (off-list) comments and one was that the PDF did not show-up properly! Pardon me. This has now been corrected.... However, although the solutions to the questions stated were as different as they could be, they had one thing in common and that is that they introduced with respect to FPKI, "alien" PKI objects such as SSL certificates. The most FPKI conformant solution indeed managed to support "some kind of" end-to-end encryption but not without reviving the "fat client" concept. The latter is though contrary to the general IT-trend the last ten years. All in all, it seems that a principally simple workflow application like the one described, motivates further studies regarding what I would call FPKI V2.0. Regards Anders Rundgren Senior PKI Architect Disclaimer: This is a private initiative, not to be associated with my employer