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Certificate revocation is an act that terminates a certificate before the expiry of the lifetime indicated on the certificate for example due to loss of the smart card or PC. A revoked certificate is put on the Certificate Revocation List = CRL. The issuance of lists of revoked I.CA qualified and qualified system certificates is governed by the applicable I.CA Certification Policy for the Field of Qualified Certificates in accordance with the requirements of Act No. 227/2000 Coll. on electronic signatures and on the amendment to certain other acts.

The issuance of lists of revoked I.CA commercial certificates is governed by the applicable I.CA Certification Policy for the Field of Commercial Certificates.  


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CRLQualified certificates
CRL Qualified certificates SHA-2
CRL Qualified certificates SK
CRL Qualified certificates SHA-2
CRL SSL
CRL Qualified certificates SHA-1
CRL Commercial certificates
CRL Qualified certificates SHA-1
 
CRL Commercial certificates SHA-2
 
CRL Commercial certificates SHA-2
 
CRL Commercial certificates SHA-1
 
CRL Commercial certificates SHA-1
 
CRL Commercial certificates SHA-1
  

I.CA currently does not provide the above information via FTP and LDAP protocols.

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