CA/Root Store Policy Archive

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2.8

  • Policy document
  • Finalized date (GitHub): April 26, 2022
  • Publication date (www.mozilla.org): April 29, 2022
  • Effective (compliance) date: June 1, 2022, except:
    • July 1, 2022: CAs SHALL NOT sign SHA-1 hashes over end entity certificates with an EKU extension containing the id-kp-emailProtection key purpose.
    • July 1, 2022: Name-constrained CA certificates that are technically capable of issuing working server or email certificates that were exempt from disclosure in previous versions of this policy MUST be disclosed in the CCADB.
    • October 1, 2022:
      • CA operators with intermediate CA certificates that are capable of issuing TLS certificates chaining up to root certificates in Mozilla's root store SHALL populate the CCADB fields under "Pertaining to Certificates Issued by This CA" with either the CRL Distribution Point for the "Full CRL Issued By This CA" or a "JSON Array of Partitioned CRLs.
      • CAs MUST be able to revoke a certificate presumed to exist, if revocation of the certificate is required under this policy, even if the final certificate does not actually exist, and MUST provide CRL and OCSP services and responses in accordance with the policy for all certificates presumed to exist based on the presence of a precertificate, even if the certificate does not actually exist.
      • New Section 6.1.1 - When a TLS server certificate is revoked for keyCompromise, privilegeWithdrawn, cessationOfOperation, affiliationChanged, or superseded, the CRLReason MUST be included in the reasonCode extension of the CRL entry corresponding to the end entity TLS certificate. If the certificate is revoked for a different or unspecified reason, then the reasonCode extension MUST NOT be provided in the CRL.
    • July 1, 2023: CAs SHALL NOT sign SHA-1 hashes over certificates with an EKU extension containing the id-kp-ocspSigning key purpose; intermediate certificates that chain up to roots in Mozilla's program; OCSP responses; or CRLs.

2.7.1

  • Policy document
  • Finalized date (GitHub): March 30, 2021
  • Publication date (www.mozilla.org): April 12, 2021
  • Effective (compliance) date: May 1, 2021, except:
    • October 1, 2021: CAs MUST validate dNSName or IPAddress in SAN/commonName within 398 days prior to certificate issuance
    • July 31, 2021: CAs MUST update section 4.9.12 of their CPSes to clearly specify the methods that parties may use to demonstrate private key compromise

2.7

  • Policy document, Common CCADB Policy
  • Publication date: December 10, 2019
  • Effective (compliance) date: January 1, 2020, except:
    • April 1, 2020: CPs and CPSes published after this date MUST be structured according to RFC 3647 and MUST:
      • Include at least every section and subsection defined in RFC 3647; and,
      • Only use the words "No Stipulation" to mean that the particular document imposes no requirements related to that section; and,
      • Contain no sections that are blank and have no subsections.
    • July 1, 2020: End-entity certificates MUST include an Extended Key Usage (EKU) extension containing KeyPurposeId(s) describing the intended usage(s) of the certificate, and the EKU extension MUST NOT contain the KeyPurposeId anyExtendedKeyUsage.
  • List of changes and diff

2.6.1

  • Policy document, Common CCADB Policy
  • Publication date: August 13, 2018
  • Effective (compliance) date: August 13, 2018, except:
    • January 1, 2019: Separation of id-kp-serverAuth and id-kp-emailProtection KeyPurposeIds in newly created intermediate certificates as described in section 5.3
  • List of changes and diff

2.6

  • Policy document, Common CCADB Policy
  • Publication date: June 29, 2018
  • Effective (compliance) date: July 1, 2018, except:
    • January 1, 2019: Separation of id-kp-serverAuth and id-kp-emailProtection KeyPurposeIds in newly created intermediate certificates as described in section 5.3
  • List of changes and diff

2.5

  • Policy document, Common CCADB Policy
  • The "Mozilla CCADB Policy" document is now part of the main Policy
  • Publication date: June 23, 2017
  • Compliance date: June 23, 2017, except:
    • Technical constraints for email intermediates, which is (erratum) November 15, 2017 for existing non-qualifying intermediates to cease issuing, and April 15 2018 for them to be revoked or audited
    • Using the Ten Blessed Methods for domain validation, which is July 21, 2017
  • List of changes and diff

2.4.1

  • Policy document, Common CCADB Policy, Mozilla CCADB Policy
  • Publication date: March 31, 2017
  • Compliance date: March 31, 2017 (except "CP/CPS in English", which is June 1, 2017)
  • This version has no changes in normative requirements over version 2.4; it is a rearrangement and reordering of the existing policy.

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.1

2.0

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