There is always an annoyance when public certificate expires out of the blue! Of course, every certificate “owner” or person/department responsible for maintenance of service requiring specific certificate should note the expiration date in his public calendar, but that rarely happens in reality. When service finally stops due to expired certificate, then whole of the IT lines up to dismember the unfortunate PKI Admin guy (without any real grounds to do so!).
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