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For internal names not covered by the above-referenced ICANN gTLD process, on November 11, 2015, the issuance of certificates with a reserved IP address or internal server name is prohibited. On October 1, 2016, all publicly trusted SSL/TLS certificates with an internal name or reserved IP address will be revoked and/or blocked by browser software.
* SHA-1 MAY be used with RSA keys until SHA-256 is supported widely by browsers used by a substantial
portion of relying-parties worldwide.
** A Root CA Certificate issued prior to 31 Dec. 2010 with an RSA key size less than 2048 bits MAY still serve as
a trust anchor for Subscriber Certificates issued in accordance with these Requirements.
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