Jyri Kaljundi wrote:
> This is only for using in financial transactions, mostly with banks,
> meaning that banks will have to get a special certificate so that their
> clients web browsers will use 128-bit encryption. And Netscape already has
> this 128-bit encryption in the Netscape 4.0 export version, if it sees
> this special Verisign certificate (I don't know if any of these are in
> public use already) it will turn on 128-bit encryption, otherwise
> weak easily breakable 40-bit encryption is in use.
Does it mean that if I remove the Verisign root CA certificate from my
browsers and servers and put one that I signed, then I can use 128 bit
on my intranet or in my criminal organization (*joke*)?
Oh, I would (temporarily) loose the Verisign authentication on the Web,
but who cares anyway?