Certificate Revocation List. Statements made by a CA (Certification Authority) announcing premature expiry of a digital certificate due to any number of conceivable circumstances (key has been stolen or compromised; a person has left a company and his/her authorization is no longer valid, etc.). Checking CRL lists before accepting digital certificates is cumbersome for users; a standard has been devised for an online validation method (OCSP - Online Certificate Status Protocol). _____________________________________________________________________________
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Certificate Revocation List. List of certificates that have been revoked or suspended before their validity period ended. Issued at least once a day, digitally signed by the certificate authority. Contains issuer identity, dates of current and next scheduled publication, serial numbers of revoked/suspended certificates, revocation/suspension dates and reasons for their invalidation. Certificate is listed in the CRL on its user's demand. In case of private key or PIN compromise, a new list is published in no longer than one hour.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of certificates identified by the Certificate Authority as no longer being trusted. The CRL provides a way for relying parties to check the revocation status before trusting a digital certificate.
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Certificate Revocation List. A list containing the serial numbers of public key certificates that have been revoked. CRLs are placed in directories so that applications can check the revocation status of certificates before trusting them.
certificate revocation list. A list of certificates that need to be revoked before their expiration date.
certificate revocation list. A list of public key certificates that have been revoked by a CA. CRLs are stored in the CRL database that is maintained through IKE.
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Certificate Revocation List. A list of certificates that have been declared invalid by their issuing CA before their expiry dates
certificate revocation list. A list of revoked certificates that is generated and signed by a certificate authority (CA). You can download the latest CRL to your browser or to a server, then check against it to make sure that certificates are still valid before permitting their use for authentication.
Certification Revocation List. CRLs list certificates that have been revoked by a particular CA. Revocation lists are vital when certificates have been stolen, for example.
List of SSL certificates revoked before their expiration date.
ertificate evocation ist A list containing every certificate that has been revoked by the Certification Authority ( CA) that has not been expired for other reasons. (Ideally, a CA issues a CRL at regular intervals. Besides listing certificates that have been revoked, the CRL states how long it will be valid and where to get the next CRL.) It is likely that this technology is practically flawed as CRLs can become very large, so development is continuinginto real-time certificate validation (e.g. XML Key Management Specification XKMS and the Security Assertions Markup Language - SAML). Seealso OCSP.
A certificate revocation list ? a database of certificates no longer valid within a given security infrastructure
Certificate revocation list. The published directory which lists revoked and/or suspended certificates. The CRL may form part of the certificate directory or may be published separately.
Certificate Revocation List. (Pronounced "krill")
certificate revocation list. As defined by the X.509 standard, a list of revoked certificates by serial number, generated and signed by a certificate authority (CA).
Certificate Revocation List. A list of certificates which have been revoked by the certificate authority which issued them.
Certificate Revocation List. A method of certificate revocation. A CRL is a time-stamped list identifying revoked certificates, which is signed by a CA and made available to the participating IPSec peers on a regular periodic basis (for example, hourly, daily, or weekly). Each revoked certificate is identified in a CRL by its certificate serial number. When a participating peer device uses a certificate, that system not only checks the certificate signature and validity but also acquires a most recently issued CRL and checks that the certificate serial number is not on that CRL.
Certificate Revocation List. The CRL is the CA's listing of invalid certificates. Revocation can occur due to time lapse, employment change, theft of a private key, or other reasons.
Certificate Revocation List. This is a document which is maintained and published by a Certificate Authority (CA) that lists all certificates issued by the CA that are no longer valid.
CERTIFICATE REVOCATION LIST. A periodically (or exigently) issued list, digitally signed by a Certifying Authority, of identified Digital Signature Certificates that have been suspended or revoked prior to their expiration dates. The list generally indicates the CRL issuer's name, the date of issue, the date of the next scheduled CRL issue, the suspended or revoked Digital Signature Certificates' serial numbers, and the specific times and reasons for suspension and revocation.
Certificate Revocation List. A Certificate Revocation List is a list of certificates that have been revoked or suspended. The list includes data explaining why a certificate was revoked.
Certificate Revocation List. CA list, provided by the CA, of all revoked certificates.
Certificate revocation list - a list of client certificates that were revoked before they expired.
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certificate revocation list. A list of revoked but unexpired certificates issued by a CA.
Certificate Revocation List. Certificates are issued with a specific lifetime, defined by a start date/time and an expiration date/time. However, situations can arise, such as a compromised key value, that necessitate the revocation of the certificate. In this case, the certificate authority can revoke the certificate. This is accomplished by including the certificate's serial number on a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) updated and published on a regular basis by the CA and made available to certificate users.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of revoked certificates published by each certificate authority.
Certificate revocation list, a list of signed revocation statements.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of certificates that have been revoked by the issuing certification authority. Each certification authority maintains a CRL that includes revoked certificates issued by that authority.
Certificate Revocation List. An online, up-to-date list of previously issued certificates that are no longer valid.
certificate revocation list - a data structure that enumerates digital certificates that have been invalidated by their issuer prior to when they were scheduled to expire.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of certificates that have been revoked by a Certificate Authority and are no longer valid.
Certificate Revocation Lists. A CRL is a time stamped list identifying revoked certificates that is signed by a CA and made freely available in a public repository.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of revoked certificates generated by the CA that originally issued them. When using GSI this list is typically found in /etc/grid-security/certificates/hash.r0, where hash is the hash code of the CA identity.
certificate revocation list. A document maintained and published by a certification authority that lists certificates that have been revoked. See also: certificate; certification authority (CA)
certificate revocation list. Electronic document that contains a list of revoked certificates. The CRL is created and digitally signed by the CA that originally issued the certificates. The CRL contains dates for when the certificate was issued and when it expires. A new CRL is issued when the current CRL expires.
Certificate Revocation List. A list maintained by a Certificate Authority of certificates that are no longer valid, excluding expired certificates. The list is checked to ensure the validity of existing certificates.
An up-to-date list of previously issued certificates that are no longer valid. See also revocation.
Certificate Revocation List. A list of revoked certificates. A certificate user/holder should check the most recent CRL just like a merchant validates a credit card before completing a transaction.