[cabfpub] CABForum Teleconference Proposed Topic: Common Browser UI Security Indicators

Curt Spann cspann at apple.com
Mon Jul 17 16:03:44 MST 2017

To clarify, I was requesting to discuss if common browser UI should be discussed at the CAB Forum and if it had been discussed in the past what was the outcome of those discussions. Currently we are not looking to participate in a browser UI working group. 


> On Jul 13, 2017, at 11:51 AM, Kirk Hall via Public <public at cabforum.org> wrote:
> Sounds good.  Our next teleconference is a week from today, and I’ll schedule a block of time.
> From: Public [mailto:public-bounces at cabforum.org <mailto:public-bounces at cabforum.org>] On Behalf Of Mike Reilly (WDG) via Public
> Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2017 11:16 AM
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> Cc: Nate Santiago <nasantia at microsoft.com <mailto:nasantia at microsoft.com>>
> Subject: [EXTERNAL][cabfpub] CABForum Teleconference Proposed Topic: Common Browser UI Security Indicators
> Hi Kirk.  Curt Spann (Apple) and I would like some time on the next CABF teleconference to talk about coordinating browser UI security indicators for TLS/SSL certs.  We have an interest in this area, and would like feedback from other browsers and CAs on the following:
> Should browsers work toward a common browser UI security indicators related to certificates?
> With the move to 100% encryption, what indicator should DV, OV, and EV sites receive?
> Should we set up a new Browser UI Working Group within the Forum under the new governance structure to work on this topic?
> Can we block out some time on the next call for this topic?  Thanks, Mike
> Mike Reilly | Principal PM Lead, Risk Management & Crypto Ecosystem
> Windows and Devices Group (WDG) InfoSec
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