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As discussed before, a digital
certificate can be revoked under circumstances specified by the issuing
CA, and once revoked, that digital certificate is permanently gone.
Should the user want another digital certificate, they will have
to obtain a new one.
VeriSign states the following reasons
- There has been a loss, theft, modification,
unauthorized disclosure, or other compromise of the private key of the
- The certificate's subject (whether an IA (Information
Assurance) or a subscriber) has breached a material obligation under
this CPS (Certification Practice Statement), or
- The performance of a person's obligations under
this CPS is delayed or prevented by an act God; natural disaster; computer
or communications failure; change in statute, regulation, or other law;
official government action, including but not limited to acts by agencies
responsible for export control administration; or other cause beyond
the person's reasonable control, and as a result another person's information
is materially threatened or compromised.
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