Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 223095
Adding AOL, Time Warner Root, intermediate CA certificates to ca-bundle.crt
Last modified: 2009-10-08 11:33:44 EDT
Description of problem:
AOL / Time Warner would like to have its public Root and Intermediate CA
certificates included in the ca-bundle.crt file shipped with Red Hat Linux
releases. The Root CA certificates have been in all Mozilla-based apps since
Mozilla 1.01, Mac OS X 10.4, and Windows XP. They are WebTrust certified but
for ease of use to end users, are requesting them to be added to the RHEL 4
distribution, Fedora Core, and subsequent revisions going forward.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
RHEL 4 distribution, Fedora Core, and subsequent revisions going forward.
Steps to Reproduce:
Please contact Bill Burns, PKI Architect at AOL for additional information and
confirmation of request.
Created attachment 145860 [details]
Bundle containing all AOL, Time Warner CA certificates to be included in Red Hat's ca-bundle.crt
Thanks for the report.
The bundle of default CA certs included in the OpenSSL package is pulled from
Mozilla upstream. Have you submitted these certificates for inclusion in the
Mozilla default CA cert set?
No response from reporter.