The software in question is SilverStripe CMS, free software released under a BSD license, that is used to build and manage websites. Certification entails a third-party performing various tests and audits on the software and giving it the green light.
If other open source projects can follow suit, this will be another step in getting business folk to see that open source is ready for enterprise use. And heck, maybe even a
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What about for those of us that don't like the US and definitely don't want to work there?
After all how are you to know whether a site is mearly slashdotted or being blocked?
From the FAQ:
The request is diverted to the filter server which sees that the URL is banned and an “Access is refused” page is returned. The internet address of the requesting computer is logged.