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Countersigned certificate uses RSA (1024Bits) in public key of the root CA, HCL should plan and sign the installation files with at least 2048 bits and make them available for all

Some customers are currently using IBM Notes 9 FP10 on over "n" number of clients.

They reported that GPO will soon be used on these devices, which will block files that are provided with a 1024 bits signature.

Since the installation package of the Notes core client contains files with this 1024 bits signature, they will no longer be able to repair Notes or reinstall Notes after the GPO has been implemented on the clients.

So HCL should plan and sign the installation files with at least 2048 bits and make them available for all.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    26 Jul 08:39pm

    We are signing files with a 2048 bit key since 9.0.1 FP10 IF9
    - if any file is still signed with a 1024bit key, please provide an example (+version number/interim fix level) where the file can be found.

    Changing the status of this idea as shipped because it was delivered already in InterimFix9 (which shipped in 2018)