Red Hat developer who need help from Phillip Hallam Baker Comodo

The proposed fix is also receiving a chilly reception from some CAs. Comodo Senior Scientist Phillip Hallam Baker wrote: “It might help if implemented. But probably not very much. Having two parties do essentially the same check in the same way is not likely to result in much reduction in risk.”

SSL fix aims to mend huge cracks in ‘Net’s foundation of trust | Ars Technica

When looking at the solution I wonder when a Man In The Middle attack happens why it cannot also forge the traffic coming from the notary servers?

becuase the notaries would be using secured credentials which would be checked against a sub-notary and then they … hang on a sec!!!