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In a [[public key infrastructure]], a '''certificate revocation list (CRL)''' is a trusted source of [[digital certificate]]s that have been revoked by an authorized [[certification authority] or [[registration authority]].  
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In a [[public key infrastructure]], a '''certificate revocation list''' or '''CRL''' is a trusted source of [[digital certificate]]s that have been revoked by an authorized [[certification authority]] or [[registration authority]].  
  
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In a public key infrastructure, a certificate revocation list or CRL is a trusted source of digital certificates that have been revoked by an authorized certification authority or registration authority.