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RE: ACTION-665: Devise proposal for X509SerialNumber

From: Scott Cantor <cantor.2@osu.edu>
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2010 13:16:05 -0400
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> > I was OK with everything but the SHA-1 default.  I think a better
> > would be SHA-256.
> I won't fight it, I just think in practice it will create headaches. I was
> also staying with the default thumbprint that is found in WSS and in most
> certificate tools (and there's also the fact that the TLS channel bindings
> RFC defines the hash algorithm to use for endpoint CB based on the hash
> in the cert. That's normally SHA-1.)
> Is there reason to think most CAs are going to be switching to SHA-2 soon?
> None of this is to say we can't choose whatever we want, just explaining
> reasoning.
> -- Scott
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