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Exposing Misrepresentations in Remote Online Notarization

Why Notarization Is Important

The integrity of Remote Online Notarization (RON) in Florida hinges on strict adherence to state laws and accurate representation of notarial practices. Greg Lirette, a RON notary with a deep understanding of cybersecurity and x.509 protocols, examines the questionable practices of BlueNotary and Katie Tremulis, particularly focusing on Tremulis’ misrepresented “BlueNotary Secure Database” in her notary profile and BlueNotary’s unconventional x.509 certificate issuance methods by BlueNotary along with the trainer Katie Tremulis lack of knowledge of Florida law that she is on video training and that new notaries are charged money to watch.

Greg Lirette, with over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity and x.509 knowledge, provides a critical perspective on the technical aspects of RON practices. His background includes Microsoft® Certified IT Professional (MCITP), Citrix® Certified Administrator (CCA), Microsoft® Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and Comptia A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications.

Misrepresentation in Katie Tremulis’ Notary Profile:
Contrary to what is included in her state profile, Katie Tremulis notary profile with the state of Florida inaccurately lists a “BlueNotary Secure Database” as her Secure Repository. This claim does not align with Florida’s legal definition and requirements for a Secure Repository. BlueNotary offers no such thing and the Secure Repository listing on the state profile is straight bogus only listed there because of lack of knowledge, now other new notaries have emulated her thinking it was trustworthy. This is the danger is not understnading the law on your own.

BlueNotary’s Dubious Certification Practices:
BlueNotary’s practice of issuing self-signed x.509 PKI certificates from an AWS server, instead of using trusted third-party certificates, raises significant concerns. This section examines how this unconventional method undermines the integrity and trust typically associated with x.509 certificates, posing potential risks and security issues.

Inaccurate Practices and Misguided Training by Katie Tremulis:
Further dissecting the issues, the article revisits Tremulis’s training errors and misinterpretations of notarial law. Her incorrect placement of the notary seal and other legal misconceptions are highlighted, questioning the reliability and legality of the training provided by BlueNotary.

The Dangers for New Notaries and the Importance of Correct Training:
This section addresses the risks new notaries face when relying on misleading training and unverified certifications. It emphasizes the need for accurate, state-law-compliant training and certification, advocating for reputable platforms like Notary Geek.


Calling for Ethical Standards in RON:

The article calls for higher standards in notary training and certification processes, advocating for platforms that prioritize legal compliance and ethical practices. It highlights the importance of notaries aligning their practices with state-specific regulations and laws.

As discussed in the above video don’t trust people just because they are a so called trainer. In this example we see an example of the trainer for the paid master class placing the non existent refernces in the profile.  I

Calling for Ethical Standards in RON:

The article calls for higher standards in notary training and certification processes, advocating for platforms that prioritize legal compliance and ethical practices. It highlights the importance of notaries aligning their practices with state-specific regulations and laws.

The article concludes by stressing the need for diligence and thorough research in the evolving world of RON. It encourages notaries to seek out reliable sources like Notary Geek for training and services that adhere to legal standards.

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