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The pathlen constraint is only valid in subordinate CA certificates. If you followed the first article you linked and generated a trust-anchor with a pathlen constraint then it is not checked. Accor …
answered Apr 6 '16 by garethTheRed
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It is the combination of Subject Name and Public Key which makes a certificate unique. If either of those change, it is a completely different certificate as far as verification is concerned. It can …
answered Apr 6 by garethTheRed
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is SSL/TLS. They are also used in other applications such as secure and/or signed emails using S/MIME. IPSec also uses them. Certificate Authorities use them to derive trust. So, to answer your …
answered Jan 29 '16 by garethTheRed
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The best I can find is from a draft version 2 of X.509 Internet Public Key Infrastructure Online Certificate Status Protocol - OCSP proposal, which later became RFC 2560. It states that: The requ …
answered May 21 by garethTheRed
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Microsoft has had the logic in place for some time. By default, any certificate that is a subordinate of a trust anchor from the Microsoft Trusted Root Program will not be trusted after the cut-off d …
answered Mar 7 '16 by garethTheRed