[arin-announce] Cryptographic Authentication Now Available
memsvcs at arin.net
Sun Apr 18 12:55:15 EDT 2004
ARIN is pleased to announce that cryptographic authentication for use in
communications between ARIN and its subscriber member organizations is now
available. Cryptographic signing of template requests provides a secure
method of communication between ARIN and its customers.
ARIN has published a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) at
http://www.arin.net/CA/ca_faq.html for your reference.
You must be the Tech or Admin Point of Contact (POC) for an ARIN
subscriber member organization to apply for a digital certificate.
Certificates issued by ARIN can only be used to sign e-mail sent to ARIN.
Full eligibility and usage criteria are detailed in the FAQ.
If your POC meets the eligibility criteria, you may request a certificate
at http://ca.arin.net/request. You will be asked to fill in a form with
some basic information, and your browser will lead you through the process
of requesting the certificate.
Please direct any questions not addressed by the above referenced FAQ to
hostmaster at arin.net.
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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