"Matt Crawford" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>True as written, but Netscrape ind Internet Exploder each have a hack for
>honoring the same cert for multiple server names.  Opera seems to honor at
>least one of the two hacks, and a cert can incorporate both at once.
>
>       /C=US/ST=Illinois/L=Batavia/O=Fermilab/OU=Services
>       /CN=(alpha|bravo|charlie).fnal.gov/CN=alpha.fnal.gov
>       /CN=bravo.fnal.gov/CN=charlie.fnal.gov

Just to clarify this, so you need a multivalued CN, with one containing the
expression "(a|b|c)" and the remaining containing each of "a", "b", and "c"?
Is it multiple AVAs in an RDN, or multiple RDNs?   (Either of these could be
hard to generate with a lot of software, which can't handle multiple AVAs in
an RDN or multiple same-type RDNs).  Which hack is for MSIE and which is for
Netscape?

Peter.

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