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Yes, the idea is that during the first phase (between the not-before and
the good-until), no checks are needed, and that if you do a check during
the second phase (between the good-until and the not-after) you get back
a new certificate with new not-before/good-until/not-after dates...
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From: Ben Laurie <email@example.com>
Is the idea that once the "good-until" date has been passed, and you do
the check, that you get a new "good-until" date?
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