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LurkingKiwi

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#273407 20-Aug-2020 17:16
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Hi all,

 

I am trying to get an individual code-signing certificate from Comodo, which still looks do-able.

 

However, the process requires a "notary public"  (not just a JP) who is prepared to scan the multiple ID documents required and upload them to Comodo's website.

 

One Wellington notary I was recommended said "he doesn't do that electronic stuff".

 

Email to another was ignored.

 

Does anybody have any practical experience with a notary public in Wellington for this kind of electronic document uploading?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Len Chisholm.


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  #2546535 20-Aug-2020 19:56
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The docs seem to say you can go to a licensed lawyer. Have you explored that option?

 
 
 

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  #2546539 20-Aug-2020 20:02
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Sectigo appear to accept JP signed docs, scroll down to the individual bit.

https://www.ssldragon.com/blog/faq-items/pass-validation-sectigo-code-signing-certificate/ 


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  #2546990 21-Aug-2020 12:54
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tchart:

 

Sectigo appear to accept JP signed docs, scroll down to the individual bit.

https://www.ssldragon.com/blog/faq-items/pass-validation-sectigo-code-signing-certificate/ 

 

 

Thanks for that! The link on that site for the required form redirects to a Comodo SSL EV verification form, and JP isn't mentioned.

 

However, my solicitor may be sufficient, depending on the definition of an Attorney, and he's a JP too.

 

The last time I downloaded the form I thought a Notary Public was the only option.


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