TCS Repository

The following documents describe the operational practices and general terms and conditions for using the TERENA Certificate Service:

  • Certification Practice Statement - Server, eScience Server and Object Signing Certificates
    This document defines the legal, commercial and technical practices for approving, issuing, using and managing TCS Server, eScience Server and Object Signing certificates. It also outlines the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved in maintaining the TCS public key infrastructure.
    Version 1.8, 15 October 2014, Current and Valid
  • Certification Practice Statement - Personal Certificates
    This document defines the legal, commercial and technical practices for approving, issuing, using and managing TCS Personal Certificates. It also outlines the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved in maintaining the TCS public key infrastructure.
    Version 1.2, 16 December 2011
  • Certification Practice Statement - eScience Personal Certificates
    This document defines the legal, commercial and technical practices for approving, issuing, using and managing TCS eScience Personal Certificates. It also outlines the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved in maintaining the TCS public key infrastructure.
    Version 1.2, 16 December 2011
  • Subscriber Agreement
    This document is a template for defining the contractual relationship between an NREN and the institutions entitled to receive certificates from it. It may be translated and modified to suit local requirements.
    Version 2.0, 2 Feb 2011
  • Relying Party Agreement
    This document defines the general terms and conditions that apply to parties using TCS certificates.
    Version 1.0, 25 June 2009
  • TCS Policy Management Authority
    This document defines the role and membership of the TCS PMA. It also outlines the procedure for requesting changes to certification policy.
    Version 1.2, 23 October 2013
  • TCS Roles and Responsibilities
    Presentation giving an overview of the roles and responsibilities in the current TCS.

TCS CA certificates (SHA1):

TCS CA certificates (SHA2):