The service is based on OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol), which has been described in Internet standard RFC 2560. OCSP is a simple client-server system where an OCSP client sends the OCSP responder (server) a query about a certificate and the responder gives a confirmation regarding the certificate, which contains the validity or non-validity of the certificate and the time of giving the confirmation. The reply given by the responder is digitally signed.
|Address of service||http://ocsp.sk.ee/_auth|
|Service certificate||AUTHENTICATION OCSP RESPONDER 2016|
|Supported certificates||Authentication certificates issued by ESTEID-SK 2011, ESTEID-SK 2015, EID-SK 2011|
|Terms and conditions||General terms of subscriber agreement|
|Test service address||No test service available|
|Responses to correct requests||
OCSP's positive response means that the certificate has been issued and it was valid at the time of giving the confirmation.
|Access to the service||Based on an IP-address. The service cannot be accessed on the basis of an access certificate.|
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