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A certificate will be revoked when the information it contains is
suspected to be incorrect or when the secret key pertaining to
the certificate is compromised or suspected to be compromised.
This includes situations where:
- the subscribers data as represented in the certificate have
changed (name changed, machine or object decommissioned,
organisation dissolved or no longer eligible under the
criteria detailed in section 1.1.3),
- the subscribers data is suspected to be inaccurate,
- the associated private key has been compromised or misused,
- the associated private key is suspected to have been compromised or
- the subscriber is known to have violated his obligations
with regard to the DutchGrid medium-security Certification Authority.