Class RevocationReason (1.6.1)

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RevocationReason(value)

A RevocationReason indicates whether a Certificate has been revoked, and the reason for revocation. These correspond to standard revocation reasons from RFC 5280. Note that the enum labels and values in this definition are not the same ASN.1 values defined in RFC 5280. These values will be translated to the correct ASN.1 values when a CRL is created.

Values: REVOCATION_REASON_UNSPECIFIED (0): Default unspecified value. This value does indicate that a Certificate has been revoked, but that a reason has not been recorded. KEY_COMPROMISE (1): Key material for this Certificate may have leaked. CERTIFICATE_AUTHORITY_COMPROMISE (2): The key material for a certificate authority in the issuing path may have leaked. AFFILIATION_CHANGED (3): The subject or other attributes in this Certificate have changed. SUPERSEDED (4): This Certificate has been superseded. CESSATION_OF_OPERATION (5): This Certificate or entities in the issuing path have ceased to operate. CERTIFICATE_HOLD (6): This Certificate should not be considered valid, it is expected that it may become valid in the future. PRIVILEGE_WITHDRAWN (7): This Certificate no longer has permission to assert the listed attributes. ATTRIBUTE_AUTHORITY_COMPROMISE (8): The authority which determines appropriate attributes for a Certificate may have been compromised.