LibreSSL - CAcert web application
Copyright (C) 2004-2008 CAcert Inc.
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Note that the <strong>TTP</strong> programme is effectively <strong>Frozen</strong><br>
Until a subsidiary policy under AP is written, it is against AP rules.<br>
<h3><?=_("Trusted Third Parties")?></h3>
<p><?=_("A trusted 3rd party is simply someone in your country that is responsible for witnessing signatures and ID documents. This role is covered by many different titles such as public notary, justice of the peace and so on. Other people are allowed to be authoritative in this area as well, such as bank managers, accountants and lawyers.")?></p>
<p><?=_("You can become a CAcert Assurer by seeking out trusted 3rd parties. You will also need to download and print out a copy of the TTP Form (found under 'CAP/TTP Forms') and fill in your sections. You will need to produce a photo copy of your ID, which the person assuring you will inspect against the originals. Once they are satisfied the documents appear to be genuine they need to sign the back of the photo copies, and fill in their sections of the TTP document. Once you have had your ID verified by 2 different people, pop the copies + forms in an envelope and post them to:")?></p>
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