I didn't put this in the article because it's not relevant as an attacker
wouldn't care nonetheless.


On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:29 PM, James Burton <j...@0.me.uk> wrote:

> They tried charging the card the amount the day after the certificate was
> issued but the bank fraud department called me about the transaction and I
> refused it because it was invalid as it was within the trial period and it
> was clearly stipulated that I was only going to get charged after the 30
> days trial period is up. In the end, I managed to sort it out with them and
> didn't have to pay anything and had evidence to support myself in case I
> had to fight it in court or etc.
> James
> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:17 PM, James Burton <j...@0.me.uk> wrote:
>> There needs to be a program that helps security researchers like myself
>> get free or low cost certificates for research purposes. That EV research I
>> did a while ago nearly set me back personally $4,297.
>> James
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