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A Certificate Authority is the collection of hardware, software, and people responsible for issuing certificates in a hierarchical PKI. CAs may be public, as in SSL / TLS and government IDs, or private, as in corporate infrastructures. The primary responsibility of a public CA is to verify the identity of an applicant before issuing them a certificate.

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Does any nation-state CA (certificate authority) have a public API to verify digital signatures? No, the CAs do not verify digital signatures, the relying-parties (the recipients) do the verifica …
answered Jul 21 '15 by Larry K
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In your scenario, the CA is granting a certificate to Bad Guy who is impersonating Alice. The certificate says Alice on it. You asked several questions which I cover below. A different issue is how c …
answered Dec 9 '13 by Larry K