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    HydrantID SSL  Certificate Services Agreement

     

    HYDRANTID SSL CERTIFICATE  SERVICES AGREEMENT

    THIS  HYDRANTID
    CERTIFICATE  SERVICES AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) IS ENTERED
     INTO BETWEEN HYDRANTID
    AND  THE ENTITY YOU REPRESENT IN EXECUTING THIS
     AGREEMENT (“CLIENT”). THIS  AGREEMENT
    SETS FORTH  THE TERMS
     AND  CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO YOU IN UTILIZING
     THE HYDRANTID
    ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATE
     CONSOLE (TRUST/LINK SYSTEM) AND  DIGITAL CERTIFICATE
     SERVICES.

     

    All references to “HydrantID as used herein shall mean the specific HydrantID entity with which you

    hold
    a contract. All references to “Client as used herein shall mean the organization receiving certificate
    services and/or technology from HydrantID. The
     Effective Date of this Agreement
    is the date of the electronic
    signature provided as evidenced by the Client indicating “acceptance on
     the electronic
    form.

     

    1. DEFINITIONS

     

    Capitalized
    terms not defined
    belo
    w shall have the meaning given to them in the applicable
    CP/CPS, unless the context requires
    otherwise.

     

    “Certificate or “Digital
    Certificate means a digital
    identifier that, at least, states a name or identifies
    the issuing CA, identifies
    the Certificate Holder,
    contains the public key relating to the Certificate
    Holder or the device with which that Certificate Holder is associated, identifies the Certificate’s Operational
    Period
    , contains
    a Certificate serial number, and contains
    a digital signature
    of the issuing CA.

     

    “Certificate Application means a request
    to a CA for the issuance of a Certificate.

     

    “Certification Authority
    or “CA means an entity authorized
    to issue, suspend, or revoke Certificates. For purposes
    of this Agreement, CA
    shall mean HydrantID.

     

    “Certificate Holder ”means either the Individual
    to whom an end user Certificate is issued, referred to as a Registrant in the Trust/Link system or the Individual responsible for requesting, installing and maintaining the trusted system for which an SSL Certificate has been issued, referred to as a Subscriber
    in the Trust/Link system.

     

    “Certificate Holder Agreement
    is the agreement relating to the provision of designated Certificate-
    relate
    d services
    that governs the Certificate Holder’s rights and obligations related to the Certificate. The Certificate Holder Agreement may be accessed at
    http://hyid.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/HydrantID_Cert_Holder_Agreement-v2_7_8_13.pdf
     

     

    “Certificate Policy
    and Certification Practice Statement or “CP/CPS means a
    document
    , as revised
    from time to time, representing a statement
    of the practices a CA employs in issuing
    Certificates.

     

    “EV Certificate” means an SSL Certificate that complies with the CA/B Forum’s
    Extended Validation
    guidelines

     

    “Primary Administrator means an individual employed, contracted or otherwise affiliated with Client who has been named by Client as provided in this
    Agreement as a Primary
    Administrator, with authority, to act and or appoint and authorize other Administrators to
    act
    on  the Trust/Link system, including his
     or her replacement.

     

    “HydrantID PKI means the Certificate-based Public Key Infrastructure governed by the HydrantID CP/CPS  which enables the deployment and use of Certificates
    by
    HydrantID and its affiliates, and their
    respective customers, Subscribers, and relying parties.

     

    “Secure Signature Creation Device (SSCD)
    means a secure container
    specifically designed to carry and protect
    a digital certificate, which meets the following
    requirements laid  down in Annex III of Directive

    1999/93/EC

     

    “Trust/Link
    Service” means the Trust/Link
    web-based Certificate administration application
    operated by HydrantID for the purposes of utilizing the HydrantID PKI and applying
    for Digital Certificates for purposes of administering Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology.

     

    2. License
    Grant

     

    HydrantID hereby grants to Client a non-exclusive and non-transferable license to use the Trust/Link Service for the purposes of utilizing the HydrantID PKI and applying
    for Digital Certificates for purposes of administering Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology.
    Approval of all certificate requests and subsequent issuance through the
    Trust/Link system will be at the sole discretion of HydrantID and its Root Certificate Authority. The License Grant is restricted to utilizing
    the HydrantID Certificate services for the purposes of securing Client-owned domain names, computer
    systems and servers, or domain names, computer systems and servers under Client’s direct
    administrative control and for the Client’s sole business use, and may not be used to secure other
    entity’
    s or organization’s computer systems directly, indirectly, or as part of a service offering
    provided by Client. Client
    shall not resell or bundle any of HydrantID’s Certificates in any commercial offering or service provided
    by Client. Client shall disclose to HydrantID all HydrantID Certificate use case information to HydrantID. Client is limited to establishing a maximum of three (3)
    Trust/Link
    system administrators in the Trust/Link
    system and may request and issue SSL certificates for fully qualified
    domain names that have been approved
    by HydrantID. Domain name approval will be at HydrantID’s

    sole discretion
    and determination. Client may not issue HydrantID SSL certificates to internal host names or IP addresses. Client may request and issue unlimited SSL certificates for approved domains as long as the volume
    of certificate request and issuance is within HydrantID’s technical and operational
    capabilities
    , including
    network, computer systems, and personnel. HydrantID’s technical and operational
    capabilities shall be determined solely by HydrantID.

     

    3. HYDRANTID
    OBLIGATIONS

     

    HydrantID’s obligations to the parties of this Agreement shall be conditional upon the satisfactory
    completion and
    acceptance of all application requirements by Client.

     

    3.1 HydrantID
    Issuing CA Obligations

     

    HydrantID shall operate the HydrantID PKI in accordance with industry best practice and with the following
    standards:

     

    _   
     
    WebTrust for Certification Authorities;

    _   
     
    WebTrust for Extended
    Validation; and

    _   
     
    ETSI TS 101 456

     

    HydrantID shall be the CA
    responsible for issuance or revocation of a Certificate upon the electronic
    instruction of the Client following the HydrantID’s authentication, validation and approval of the data entered into the Trust/Link
    system.

     

    3.2 HydrantID
    Enterprise SSL
    Trust/Link Services

     

    HydrantID shall provide the Trust/Link Services specified in this Agreement throughout its term. 
    HydrantID shall issue, manage, revoke, and/or renew Certificates in accordance with the instructions
    provided by Client in compliance
    with the CP/CPS
     through its Administrators. Upon Client’s approval of a Certificate Application, HydrantID shall (i) be entitled to rely upon the correctness of the information in each such approved
    Certificate Application; and (ii) issue a Certificate to the Certificate Applicant submitting
    such Certificate Application. HydrantID shall publish, and make accessible details of the public keys of Certificates issued, and shall maintain, publish and make available a listing
    of Certificates revoked in accordance
    with the CP/CPS.

     

    3.3 Service Level Commitments

     

    HydrantID shall provide initial application training and support to the Primary Administrator and such additional
    administrators by remote session or in person as may be required. HydrantID shall provide
    Administrators access to
    both
    online help and telephone support to
    enable Administrators to
    process Certificate requests
    on a timely basis. HydrantID will perform the services described herein in accordance
    with the relevant CP/CPS
     and with the service
    leve
    l commitments set forth in HydrantID’s document repository
    at
     http://hyid.wpengine.com/support/repository/

     

    4. CLIENT’S  OBLIGATIONS

     

    HydrantID and Applicant are entering into a legally valid and
    enforceable Subscriber Agreement that creates extensive obligations on
    Applicant. An EV Certificate serves as a form of digital identity for
    Applicant. The loss or misuse of this identity can result in great harm to the Applicant.
    By signing this Subscriber Agreement, the contract signer acknowledges that he
    or she has the authority to obtain the digital equivalent of a company stamp,
    seal, or (where applicable) officer’s signature to establish the authenticity
    of the company’s website, and that [Applicant name] is responsible for all uses
    of its EV Certificate. By signing this Agreement on behalf of [Applicant name],
    the contract signer represents that the contract signer (i) is acting as an
    authorized representative of [Applicant name], (ii) is expressly authorized by
    [Applicant name] to sign Subscriber Agreements and approve EV Certificate
    requests on Applicant’s behalf, and (iii) has confirmed Applicant’s right to
    use the domain(s) to be included in EV Certificates

     

    4.1 Client’s
    Obligations with Respect to its Administrators

     

    4.1.1 Primary
    Administrators

     

    Concurrent with the execution
    of this Agreement, Client appoints one or more of its employees,
    employees of affiliated
    companies, or its/their agents to act as Primary Administrator(s). Client may at any time during
    the term of this Agreement
    add or remove an employee
    from its list
    of
    designated Primary Administrators by submitting a revised Administrator Appointment Form in writing to HydrantID.
    Client hereby delegates authority to its Primary Administrators and confirms that the individuals
    appointe
    d by Client as Primary
    Administrators have authority to:

     

    i. Communicate with HydrantID regarding all matters relating to this Agreement;

    ii. Appoint additional Administrators on
     Client’s behalf and assign such permissions on  the Trust/Link system, which they may require (collectively “Administrator”);

    iii. Remove Administrators by complying with such reasonable change procedures as may be established by HydrantID;

    iv. Communicate details of process for initial Certificate requests to Registrants and Subscribers who may submit Certificate requests and ensure Subscribers and/or Registrants agree to the Certificate Holder Agreement

    http://hyid.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/HydrantID_Cert_Holder_Agreement-v2_7_8_13.pdf.  Receive
    and install issued Certificates and request revocation of Certificates that they have requested;

    v.  Create Organizations and/or
    complete Organization requests only for organizations for which
    HydrantI
    D has completed
    satisfactory due
    diligence process determined by HydrantID; such requests
    to include the formal
    legal organization name of the entity as well
     as the jurisdiction in which that legal entity is registered and
    the
    primary place of business of the
    entity; and



     

    vi.  Create Common Names
    and/or complete Common Name requests only for those domains for which HydrantID has completed satisfactory due diligence process for SSL certificates as determined by
     HydrantID; such requests to include the registered name of the domain.

     

    If at any time there are no  currently
    named Primary Administrators, the person signing this
    Agreement on  behalf of Client shall be considered the Primary Administrator for Client. Client shall cause its Administrators who receive a Certificate hereunder to
    abide by the terms of this agreement.

     

    4.2.2 Administrator Certificates.

     

    4.2.2.1 Issuance.

     

    HydrantID will issue an Administrator ID (“AdminID”) Certificate
    to identified
    individuals for use in accordance
    with this Agreement. Upon receipt of his
     or her AdminID,
    the Administrator is obliged to review it to determine whether there are
    errors or other problems associated with the AdminID,
    in which event
    the AdminID
    must
    be revoked and a
    correcte
    d AdminID issued to the
    individual.

     

    4.2.2.2 Revocation
    of AdminID by Client

     

    Each Administrator shall be responsible for requesting revocation of his
     or her AdminID
    whenever the Administrator has reason to believe that their Private Key has been lost, accessed by another individual,
    o
    r otherwise compromised. Furthermore, in the event that a designated
    Administrator (i) leaves the employment
    of Client; (ii) assumes a position
    in which the individual will no
     longer have Administrator responsibilities; or (iii) for any other reason becomes unsuitable
    or unauthorized by Client to act as an Administrator, Client shall immediately request revocation of the applicable AdminID.

     

    4.3 Client’s
    Obligations with Respect to Certificates

     

    4.3.1 Application and Issuance. Administrators shall:

     

    i. Provide all information required to ensure that approval of Certificate Applications will not result in Erroneous Issuance and that no
     Certificate information provided to HydrantID infringes the intellectual property rights of any third party and
    will not be used for any unlawful purpose;

    ii. Approve a Certificate Application only if the appropriate vetting has been performed by HydrantID;

    and

    iii. Confirm that he or she is the only person possessing the Administrator’s Certificate
    Private Key, or any challenge
    phrase, PIN, software, or hardware mechanism protecting the private key, and no unauthorized person has had or will have access to such materials or information.

     

    4.3.2 Certificate Revocation

     

    If Client’s customer’s organizational names change, if the Certificate is no
     longer needed, or if the corresponding Private Key may have been compromised, then an Administrator shall promptly request revocation of all Certificates affected by such change. For personal Digital Certificates, revocation should
    be requested if the Certificate Holder’s name or organization details are subject
    t
    o change.

     

    4.3.3 Certificate Usage Restrictions

     

    Client shall not use a Digital
    Certificate (i) to perform private or public key operations in connection with any individuals, domain name(s)
    and/or organization name other than the one(s) submitted
    by Client’s Administrators or Administrators for which technical responsibilities are outsourced to Client and approved
    b
    y HydrantID.

     

    4.4 Warranties
    of Client

     

    Client warrants
    to HydrantID that: (i.) They have authority to enter into this agreement and bind their
    organization under the terms of this agreement, (ii) the information and documentation submitted to HydrantID is true, complete
    and accurate, (iii) to the best of its knowledge,
    the information to be listed (including
    the identity of the Subscriber) in the Certificate is current, accurate and complete.

     

    5. DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

     

    5.1 Warranty

     

    HydrantID warrants
    and represents to Client that:

     

    i. the HydrantID PKI, the software and any other services provided by HydrantID under this Agreement will be
    provided to internationally accepted standards and/ or such standard of care as is to be expected
    from an authorized accredited professional certification provider of digital signature Certificates;

    ii. HydrantID has the right to grant or allow Client to use the HydrantID PKI, the Trust/Link Service, Certificates and any other products or services provided by HydrantID under this Agreement;

    iii. the use of the HydrantID PKI, the Products and any other services provided by HydrantID,
    by
    Client, its employees or any Counterparty in accordance with this
    Agreement will not require any royalty or intellectual property license
    or export license payment to or consents, authorization, permission or license from any third party (including governmental authorities);

    iv.  the HydrantID PKI, the Products and any other services provided by HydrantID under this Agreement shall achieve the objectives and aims as set out in the CP/CPS
     (including without
    limitation, that the Private Keys and Public Keys will function together in a complementary manner) when used by Client, its employees or any counterparty
    in
    accordance with the CP/CPS
     and the appropriate software application; and

    v.  the HydrantID PKI, software and
    any
    other services provided by HydrantID under this Agreement will have the functionalities, integrity, authenticity, security and confidentiality features as more particularly described in the CP/CPS.

     

    5.2 Remedy

     

    Exclusive remedy for breach of HydrantID’s
    warranties under Clause 5.1 with respect to any Certificate shall be in accordance with the terms in the CP/CPS.

     

    5.3 Disclaimer

     

    EXCEPT  FOR THE EXPRESS
    LIMITED WARRANTIES PROVIDED HEREIN,
    HydrantID DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER
     WARRANTIES, EXPRESS,
    IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
     ANY WARRANTY
    OF NONINFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  HydrantID LIKEWISE
    DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY CONCERNING THE SUCCESS, IMPLEMENTATION, AND OPERATION OF
    THE 
    HydrantID PKI, AND DOES NOT WARRANT
    THAT THE SERVICES WILL MEET CLIENT’S REQUIREMENTS, OR THAT USE OR OPERATION OF ANY
    SYSTEMS OR SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE.

     

     

    5.4 Limitation
    of Liability

     

    Neither party shall have any responsibility or liability
    whatsoever for any loss of profits, revenues,
    contracts, data, or anticipated savings
    suffere
    d by the other party, howsoever caused, arising out of this Agreement.
    NEITHER  PARTY  WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
     LOST  PROFITS OR REVENUES, WHETHER FORESEEABLE OR UNFORESEEABLE, EVE
    IF
    SUCH PARTY  HAS
     BEEN  ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
    NOTHWITHSTANDING ANY
    CONTRARY PROVISION CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT AND INADDITION TO ANY LIMITATION
    OF LIABILITY IN THE CP/CPS, THE MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF HYDRANTID TO
    CLIENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF FEES ACTUALLY PAID BY CLIENT TO HYDRANTID
    UNDER THIS AGREEMENT DURING THE PRECEDING TWELVE (12) MONTHS, REGARDLESS OF
    WHETHER SUCH LIABILITY AROSE OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY OTHER AGREEMENT TO
    WHICH HYDRANTID IS A PARTY. 

     

    6. FEES

     

    6.1 Payment
    of Fees

     

    Client shall pay applicable
    program fees as established by HydrantID
    through any order form or otherwise for services,
    product, technology
    and/or licenses provided
    by HydrantID to Client (the “Fees”). HydrantID reserves the
    right to change fees in the future for the same or similar service, products, technology and/or licenses procured
    initially under this Agreement.
    Any Fees owed by Client shall be free of any royalty, export, or withholding, taxes, duties or excises at a local or national
    level. All Fees are due immediately and
    are non-refundable, except as otherwise
    expressly stated
    herein
    . Client will pay the Fees set forth in a valid and properly issued and submitted invoice.
     All Fees shall be due and payable,
    net of any discounts or set-offs,
    within thirty (30) days from the receipt
    of the relevant invoice. 

     

    6.2 Credit Card Payments

     

    Client may elect to pay Fees due hereunder via credit card by providing to HydrantID (i)
    the account number, billing address, and other required billing information
    associated with the credit card account, and (ii) written confirmation that
    HydrantID is authorized (either on a recurring or one-time basis) to charge
    Fees due hereunder to such credit card account.  Upon making such
    election, Client authorizes HydrantID to debit its credit card for all Fees or
    other expenses due under Section 6.1 of this Agreement.  By providing its
    credit card information to HydrantID, Client represents and warrants that Client
    is the legal holder of the credit card and is specifically authorized to use
    the credit card for payment of the Fees as set forth herein.  

     

     

    7. CONFIDENTIALITY

     

    7.1 Definition
    of Confidential Information

     

    For the purposes of this Agreement, “Confidential Information shall mean any information,
    communication or data, in any form whether oral, written, graphic, electronic forms or otherwise,
    relating to either party or to their business or affairs. Information contained within a Certificate is not “Confidential Information”

     

    7.2 Duty to Keep Information Confidential

     

    Each party (“Receiving Party”) shall keep any Confidential Information received from or belonging to the other party (“Disclosing Party”) confidential and shall not disclose such Confidential Information
    to anyone (except on
     a needto-know basis for internal
    use only where necessary to perform
    its obligations under this Agreement
    to its employees
    or full time contractors bound by express written secrecy
    obligations) or use such Confidential Information other than to perform its obligations
    under this Agreement
    without the prior written consent of the Disclosing Party. This Clause 7.2
    shall not apply to any Confidential Information to the extent that:

     

    i. disclosure is required to or by any court,
    tribunal or governmental authority with competent
    jurisdiction, provided that the Receiving Party shall give the Disclosing Party prompt written notice of such required
    disclosure in order to afford the Disclosing Party an opportunity to seek a protective order or other legal remedy to
    preven
    t the disclosure, and shall reasonably cooperate with the Disclosing
    Party’s efforts to secure such a protective
    order or other legal remedy to prevent the disclosure;

    ii. it is or becomes generally and freely publicly
    available through no
     fault of the Receiving
    Party or its servants or agents; or

    iii. it can be shown to have been independently originated by the Receiving Party without reference to the Confidential Information, or communicated to it in circumstances otherwise than where its disclosure
    to the Receiving Party imparted a duty of confidence.

     

    8. TERM AND TERMINATION

     

    8.1 Term

     

    This Agreement
    shall commence on
    the
    Effective Date and continue for a period
    of 1 year
    unles
    s earlier terminated in accordance with its terms (together
    with any renewal terms, the “Term”)
    . Upon expiry of the Initial Term, the Agreement
    shall renew automatically for successive one-year periods unless terminated by either party in accordance
    with Clause 8.2 or Clause 8.4, or unless either party notifies the other in writing at least sixty (60) days prior to the applicable
    anniversary date that it does not wish to renew the Agreement. 

     

    8.2 Termination

     

    Client may terminate this Agreement for any reason by providing to
    HydrantID written notice of its desire to terminate no less than sixty (60)
    days prior to the effective date of such termination.  In addition,
    HydrantID may terminate
    this Agreement on
     written notice if it determines that
    Client’s continued operation creates a risk
     to the secure operation or HydrantID’s performance as a CA.  In the case of a material breach
    of this Agreement by Client
    , HydrantID reserves the right to immediately
    revoke all Certificates issued pursuant to this Agreement.

     

    8.3 Consequences of Termination

     

    Upon expiration or terminated of this Agreement, Certificates issued during the Term shall be automatically revoked unless extended
    pursuant to this Section 8.3. 
    In
    the event that Client terminates this Agreement pursuant to Clause 8.2, Client may
    elect to maintain its rights to use any then-issued Certificates for the
    remainder of their respective terms, provided that Client pays to HydrantID for
    the remainder of such period all amounts that would be payable with respect to
    such Certificates absent termination of this Agreement.  HydrantID shall
    not have any obligations to provide services during any extended post-termination
    period during which Client is permitted use the Certificates other than any
    services that are required in order to facilitate the use of such
    Certificates. 

     

    In the event that HydrantID terminates this Agreement pursuant to Clause
    8.2, Client shall, upo
    n receipt of a notice of termination, immediately: (i) cease registration activities with respect
    to any Certificate applications then in process, and (ii) provide such information as HydrantID
    may request regarding completing the remaining registration
    processes for such applications.
    Notwithstanding termination, Client will continue to observe and
    perform its other duties hereunder,
    including without limitation its obligations
    with
    respect to Certificate
    revocations. 

     

    8.4 Money-Back Guarantee

     

    Notwithstanding
    anything herein to the contrary, in the event that Client is not satisfied with
    the Certificates or services provided to it hereunder, Client may, at its
    option and within thirty (30) days of the Effective Date, terminate this Agreement
    upon written notice to HydrantID.  Upon such termination, HydrantID shall
    promptly return to Client all Fees paid by Client prior to the date of such
    termination.

     

    8.5 Accrued Rights; Survival

     

    The  expiration or termination of this Agreement shall be
    without prejudice to the accrued rights of the parties and any provision
    of this Agreement that expressly or impliedly survive such expiry or termination.

     

    9. MISCELLANEOUS

     

    9.1 Notices

     

    All notices,
    demands or other communications under this Agreement must be given or made in writing
    and must be delivered
    personally or sent by fax, digitally signed email or by registered mail to the following
    or
    any other address as notified by either party to the
    other in accordance with this
    Clause

    9.1: HydrantID:
     legal@HydrantID.com ; or 222 South Main  Street, 5th Floor Salt Lake City, Utah.84101.

     

    9.2 Force Majeure

    Neither of the parties to this Agreement shall be responsible to any other party for any delay in performance or non-performance due
    to
    any causes beyond the reasonable control of the parties hereto,
    but the affected party shall promptly upon the occurrence of any such cause so inform the other parties in writing, stating that such cause has delayed or prevented its performance hereunder and thereafter such parties
    shall take all action within their power to comply with the terms of this Agreement as fully and promptly as possible.

     

    9.3 Entire Agreement

     

    This  Agreement (including any purchase orders issued hereunder) and any Certificate
    Holder Agreement, where applicable, constitute the entire understanding and
    Agreement between HydrantID
    and Client with respect
    to any service
    purchase
    d hereunder,
    and supersedes any and all prior or contemporaneous oral or written representation, understanding, agreement or communication relating
    thereto.

     

    9.4 English
    Version

     

    If this Agreement is translated in any language other than the English language, and in the event of a conflict between the English language version and the translated version, the English language version
    shall prevail in all respects.

     

    9.5 Applicable
    Law

     

    This  Agreement and
    all
    rights and obligations of the parties hereto shall be governed
    and construed in accordance
    with the laws of the State of Utah.

     

    Upon the Client clicking
    “accept on
     the web page the agreement
    is SIGNED by electronic signature as

    of the date and time the Client clicked
    “accept”.

     

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