Has Adobe's certificate been revoked by Verisign or not?

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  1. luweitest

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    I recently encountered a problem related to Adobe's certificate, the details are here: http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.support.firefox/browse_thread/thread/6f4beb5418f0f2e9 . After discussion it comes to that Adobe's certificate is added to my system's untrusted list, and I'm certain that I didn't do that myself, so I wonder whether it has truly been revoked or not (Windows seems do not distinguish between revocation and blacklist). Is there a place to check a certificate's revocation status? If it is not revoked, how can I determine who or which program did it? The certificate concerned is used to sign adobe flash player, with the fingerprint sha1: fd f0 1d d3 f3 7c 66 ac 4c 77 9d 92 62 3c 77 81 4a 07 fe 4c .
     
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    Sorry if I posted in wrong place, and please direct me to the right forum.
     
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    I don't have problem to download file from Adobe, and the files I have are correct (same md5 with the one published). I just wonder what is the reason that Adobe's certificate are blacklisted or revoked.
     
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    I go to Adobe's forum and surprisingly found that there is no way to post new article...
     
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    luweitest, there is a Log In / Register link at the top of the forum. You need to Sign In in order to post.
     
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    Thanks. I registered and activated my Adobe account yesterday but I did not find any "start new topic" button or something like that. Today it is there! I guess it's Adobe forum's newbie-unfriendly protective scheme.
     
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