Security: Domains other than xsede.org
If you want to obtain a certificate for a server that is not in the *.xsede.org domain, (e.g., for compliance with Globus "strict mode") you may be able to obtain a certificate from another source.
First, check the list of InCommon Certificate Service Subscribers to see if your organization is partnered with InCommon for server certificates. If not, check the list of InCommon Participants to see if your organization is currently a member of InCommon.
Next, check the list of Identity Providers (IdPs) and Service Providers (SPs) to find contact information for administrators at your organization. Ask if your organization can provide you with InCommon SSL Certificates. You may want to specify "InCommon IGTF Server Certificate" if you plan to use your certificate with XSEDE grid computing resources. Every organization has different policies for issuing certificates, so you will need to consult your organization's administrators for details.
Known External Certificate Providers
Below are listed resources for various known organizations and associated domains. This list is not exhaustive and may be expanded as new sources are found.
Open Science Grid (OSG)
For Virtual Organizations (VOs) of the Open Science Grid (OSG), OSG may be able to provide host certificates. Contact email@example.com for more information.
For servers in the .purdue.edu and
.purdue.xsede.org domains, see https://www.purdue.edu/apps/account/IAMO/InCommonCert.jsp.
University of Illinois
For other servers in the .illinois.edu domain (except for .ncsa.illinois.edu and *.cosmology.illinois.edu), the CITES Certificate Service can provide certificates for a small fee.
University of Texas at Austin
For servers in the
.tacc.xsede.org domains, see https://wikis.utexas.edu/display/ISO/InCommon+Digital+Server+Certificates.
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Subject: InCommon Server Cert
Problem Description: Please help me obtain an InCommon Server Cert for example.edu.
Last Update: April 6, 2016