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* See the [https://wiki.idesg.org/wiki/index.php/Trustmark_Evolving_Design_Pattern Trustmark Evolving Design Pattern] for one explaining about how [[Trustmark]]s can be used.
 
* See the [https://wiki.idesg.org/wiki/index.php/Trustmark_Evolving_Design_Pattern Trustmark Evolving Design Pattern] for one explaining about how [[Trustmark]]s can be used.
 
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* See the [[Trust Chain]] for the path of [[Trust Link]]s that should be avialable.
  
 
[[Category: Trust]]
 
[[Category: Trust]]

Revision as of 09:53, 9 September 2022

Full Title or Meme

A Trustmark is an image with a Trust Link which can help lead a user to trusting a web site or digital document. The Trustmark itself is optional.

Context

What is Trust on the web?

It might be accurate to say:

  1. I am my own Trust Authority.
  2. I have a list of trust authorities I will accept (on the browser that list is maintained by your browser mfg.)

Problems

  • Trustmarks are trivial to duplicate and mislead.
  • A Trust Link is just a URL which can lead to a misleading Trust Authority.

Solutions

Trusmarks are just an aid to find a Trust Link.

Trusmarks acne be used by:

  1. Federations with a link to the entity statement that applies to the site/document.
  2. Notary Seal with a link that shows who notarized what.

References