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==Context==
 
==Context==
Established by the monopoly phone companies to maintain control of any directories that might supplant the phone book white and yellow pages.
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Established by the monopoly phone companies (telcos) to maintain control of any directories that might supplant the phone book white and yellow pages.
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==Problem==
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Since the telcos did not maintain their monopoly of directories, the weird format only remains in the [[ASN.1]] encoded certificates use for web certificates.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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* See the wiki page on [[Distinguished Encoding Rules]]. (DER).
  
 
[[Category: Glossary]]
 
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[[Category: Identifier]]
 
[[Category: Identifier]]
 
[[Category: Standard]]
 
[[Category: Standard]]

Latest revision as of 11:46, 27 June 2021

Full Title

The weirdly formatted name used in digital directories like Microsoft Outlook.

Context

Established by the monopoly phone companies (telcos) to maintain control of any directories that might supplant the phone book white and yellow pages.

Problem

Since the telcos did not maintain their monopoly of directories, the weird format only remains in the ASN.1 encoded certificates use for web certificates.

References