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Fabian Rodriguez wrote:
*The bottom line is if you don't want the warnings, can't afford the
time to explain them, and have the money, pay a commercial provider and
realize you are trusting some unknown corporation (rather than yourself
and the combination of CACerts' web of trust).* If you think trusting
any corporation is better, just search for "ssl certificates stolen" and
you'll see what I mean.

I used to use certificates provided by Thawte. They also had a web of trust, but their certificates were included in various browsers. It was also a free service for personal use, until Verisign bought them.

BTW, Thawte was started by the same guy who started the Ubuntu Linux distro, Mark Shuttleworth.

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