PI Trust Services

Overview



 The PI Public Key Infrastructure ("PI PKI"), has been established in 2018, to ensure the data integrity, to create a reliable and secure identity authentication, and to protect user privacy in electronic transactions.

 Certificates signed by PI Trust Services are X.509 certificates.

Root Certificate Authority



Name Public Key Fingerprint (SHA1) Valid From
(UTC)
Valid Until
(UTC)
CT Logs Link
Peddie Institute Root Certificate Authority DEV P-384
SHA-384
B496725F322E9786B3F8C41BCE509F1F57D57CAC 13:06:59
Oct 4 2018
13:06:59
Oct 4 2023
Dodo
Testtube
.pem
.cer

Intermediate Certificate Authority



Name Status Public Key Fingerprint (SHA1) Valid From (UTC) Valid Until (UTC) CT Logs Link
Peddie Institute Intermediate Certificate Authority Good P-384
SHA-384
11739676D74B6018FD2E9FF60D72981CF1C9BA17 04:43:24
Oct 5 2018
04:43:24
Oct 4 2020
InherentParent:
Peddie Institute Root Certificate Authority DEV
.pem
.cer

Usage



  • Click here to view the PI Trust Services OID List.
  • ALL leaf certificates issued by PI can be verified by checking CRLs or sending OCSP requests.
  • If you find a security incident involving PI certificates, please contact us AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
  • Currently, this service is not open to the public. However, you can contact us and request a TEST/DEV certificate if you need.
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