在 2016年10月16日星期日 UTC+8下午3:59:13,Adrian R.写道:
> Hello
> 
> i read in the news (but not here on m.d.s.p) that a few days ago Globalsign 
> revoked one of their intermediary roots and then un-revoked it (well, the 
> revocation is accidental, but it was still a properly announced revocation, 
> via signed CRL and OCSP).
> 
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/10/15/globalsign_incident_report/
> 
> They rolled back the revocation, but i thought that the BRs explicitly forbid 
> that a suspended/revoked certificate be un-suspended/un-revoked.
> 
> https://www.globalsign.com/en/customer-revocation-error/
> 
> is this revival/un-revocation of an intermediary CA allowed by the BRs?
> 
> ~~~~
> Adrian R.
> 
> (p.s. can we call this revived certificate a zombie? :) )
> 
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> 
> (off-topic note: sigh, was intending not to post here again because news 
> relay servers that strip DKIM signatures will generate a lot of DMARC failure 
> reports for rejected messages. oh well.)

It's said that OCSP servers are responsible for this. Not a intented revocation.

Don't sure, but I would see someone can explain this.
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