[AG-TECH] NCSA AGSchedule SSL certificate change

Michael Miller mimiller at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Thu Jan 3 11:46:58 CST 2008

Hello All,

The current SSL certificate used for secure logins on AGSchedule will 
expire on Monday January 7, 2008 at 6pm CST.  We will install a new 
certificate signed with the NCSA Certificate Authority.  You will see a 
dialog displayed asking if you would like to accept the new certificate 
for the current session, permanently or not at all.  In the interest of 
maintaining security we suggest that you check the sha1 fingerprint by 
clicking the view certificate button and verify that the fingerprint is:
b7 d8 72 7a fc 40 d4 cb 28 66 e8 7d 7a 8c db 83 66 c1 d3 ac
This will assure that you are accepting the correct certificate and that 
no one is interfering.  This certificate will be valid until January 3, 
2009.  We will renew the certificate at that time and inform everyone of 
the new fingerprint.

If you would like to enable your browser to automatically accept NCSA CA 
signed certificates, you may download the NCSA CA Root Certificate here:

If you have further questions please send them to the AGSchedule 
Administrator, agschedule at ncsa.uiuc.edu.

Thank you,

Michael Miller

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