dave kleiman wrote:
Because the client has a Certificate Revocation Checking function turned on
in a particular app (i.e. IE or NAV).

I don't think you understood my question. Why is crl.verisign.com getting overloaded *now.* What does the expiration of one of their CA certificates have to do with it? Once you see that a cert has expired, there's no need whatsoever to go look at the CRL. The point of a CRL is to revoke certificates prior to their expiration.

Rich Salz, Chief Security Architect
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