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Re: SSL certificate needed?



hmmm freessl....

FreeSSL claims to own all of it Root Certificates (states it on the front
page). Then they claim they are a subsidiary of GeoTrust.

But their own SSL ceertificate for their website is from
http://www.usertrust.com . Which I think is very strange for a CA. I would
think they would issue their own SSL certificate, since they claim to own
the Root Certificates.

Anyone has some inside info?

Thanks.
Saqib Ali
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On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, AragonX wrote:

> Go here:
>
> http://www.freessl.com/
>
> $39.00 for a year and the CA is already on most systems.  I've used this
> and it works great.
>
> <quote who="Robert Hartung*">
> >
> > Hi all,
> >   This may be too basic a question but I would like some
> > opinions.  So here goes:
> >
> > We are setting up a small web viewer to distribute medical
> > x-ray images and reports under SSL.  We will be collecting no
> > information from the clients.  This is a one way street.  We
> > plan on using SSL, but I wonder if it is necessary to pay
> > Verisign US$1600 every two years for their certificate?
> >
> > Thanks.  All input appreciated.
> >
> > Bob Hartung
> >
> >
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