Definition Edit

An internal name certificate

(also known as "non-fully qualified domain names" or non-FQDNs) . . . contains a name that is not currently resolvable using the public Domain Name System (DNS) and which is assumed to be for private use only.[1]

References Edit

  1. SSAC Advisory on Internal Name Certificates, at 4.

See also Edit

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