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Tue Feb 7 22:44:49 UTC 2012
I contacted ipsCA support today and thought I would post their response.
It looks like there is not much hope of getting this resolved any time
Submitted by RGU Tue 07 Feb 2012 - 17:31:36
Currently, our root CA is recognized in Internet Explorer and all
browsers which use Windows certificate store in Windows plattforms, i.e,
Google Chrome or Apple Safari. Regarding Firefox, we are in process for
being included within Firefox browser.
As a temp solution, you can add a code within your web page in order to
enable your customer to install themselves our trust chain manually. We
are including a code sample.
This is the link to install manually the CA root:
Thanks for trusting ipsCA
Where in the timeline is ipsCA in getting the ipsCA root certs included
in Firefox? What steps still need to be completed?
Is it within a month, 6 months, 1 year? It seems this issue has existed
since December 2009. I don't mean to be skeptical, but I am, as to if
this issue will ever get resolved.
Submitted by SAL Tue 07 Feb 2012 - 19:04:30
We continue working in the process of inclusion. We do not have an exact
time, but it will take several more months.
Best Regards and Thanks for Trusting ipsCA
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